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Paradox will make a Magicka-related announcement at GDC


7:15 PM on 03.04.2013
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Paradox Interactive is no stranger to making announcements at the Game Developers Conference, and it seems GDC 2013 will serve as a launchpad for something new related to Magicka. PC Gamer was told that such a reveal will happen during the March 25-29 event and it's not going to be a port or more downloadable content.

An honest-to-goodness sequel would be -- now that the original game has built up an expectation-breaking audience -- much appreciated, I'm sure. Magicka: Wizards of the Square Tablet isn't really my thing, but a true follow-up likely would be.

Paradox to announce a new Magicka game during GDC [PC Gamer]






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