Deadlight dev working with “major publisher” on new IP, Unreal Engine 4 usage probable

Posted under General Gaming, News
December 31, 2012 by (@NE_Brian)

Tequila Works has produced one title since its creation. A few months ago, the studio wrapped up development on Deadlight and released the game on Xbox Live and Steam.

Now the team is up to something new. According to one job listing, Tequila Works is partnering with a “major publisher” on a new IP.

“Tequila Works in partnership with a MAJOR PUBLISHER is looking for exceptional art talent to contribute to a new experience in the new IP universe. Teamwork, innovation, attention-to-detail and unbridled passion are characteristics we look for in all of our artists. If you feel you have what it takes, throw your hat in the ring.”

A separate job posting lists the following as a bonus qualification:

“Experience with Unreal Engine. Understanding of UE4.”

With Deadlight, Tequila Works teamed up with Microsoft. One guess is that the two companies are collaborating on a new title for the Xbox 360 successor – given the Unreal Engine 4 note. But who knows!

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