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Bloober Team Is Working on a New Horror Game

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Bloober Team is working on a mystery survival-horror game in collaboration with reputable publisher Private Division.

Bloober Team has been hacking through quite the number of IPs these past few years; Layers of Fears and Silent Hill 2, being just two of them. Turns out, though, these aren’t the only demo pragmatic lodged in the pipeline at the moment, as Bloober Team came to confirm in a recent statement announcing its collaboration with Private Division and their joint plans for 2023.

“Our next project is an exciting new survival-horror game, which will help us become a leader in the horror industry at large,” Piotr Babieno, CEO at Bloober Team announced. “I am grateful for this cooperation with Private Division. Their expertise is extensive, and their people are also very approachable. We don’t perceive them in a typical ‘publisher-developer’ relationship; they’re more like a friend who shows us support or keeps us in line when we need it most.”

What Is Bloober Team Developing?

So, what do we actually know about this mystery IP? Well, not a whole lot, unfortunately. As it stands, its genre is the only thing that has been confirmed by Bloober Team. And that isn’t a lot of concrete data at all, which means 2023 will no doubt be laden with details based on speculation. If we’re lucky, more details could very well hit the slate before year’s end. But for the time being, it’s as much of a mystery to us as it is to you.

Of course, you could always follow the guys over at Bloober on their official social feed here for more clues. Whatever happens, we’ll be sure to chip in our two cents should any new details come to light.

 

So, what’s your take? Any idea what the mystery horror IP could be? Share your thoughts with us over on our socials here or down in the comments below.

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