While Realtime Worlds is off continuing work on APB, it seems other projects are in the pipeline as well. Nothing too strange for the industry, sure, but thanks to lead artist Tahir Rashid's LinkedIn, we know specifically that the studio has a new IP planned for release in 2011.
Of course, the part about this unannounced project being released next year has since been edited out. Sounds like someone got a little excited and said too much. I don't blame you, honestly.
Anyway, if we look back to a comment made by Realtime Worlds CEO David Jones last year, we have some insight as to what this thing could potentially be like. He says the company is "working on a second MMO. We'll be putting more information out about it next year."
*Looks down at clock that mysteriously displays the year instead of the current time*
Hey, we're in next year right now. But two MMOs so close together? Does that sound weird to anyone else?
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