SEGA Brisbane, formerly Creative Assembly Australia, has revealed that they are indeed working on a new game and that ever since the critically panned Stormrise, the team has been invested in heavily for higher standards. Speaking during an interview, SEGA Vice-President of Production Gary Dunn said;
“Suffice to say since Stormrise’s completion, the studio down under has been heavily invested in, entirely new leadership team from the likes of EA, Ubisoft… the people who made Stormrise aren’t the people who populate, at least the leadership, that studio. There’s a new set of standards in place, they’re doing a very different game”
But the interview itself is a fairly long and details more than just one branch of Creative Assembly and goes on to talk about the new Alien title and how the team wanted to work on it soon after completing Viking. Well worth a read for anyone who are interested in either title. To read the full interview, click on the link below.
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5 responses to “SEGA Brisbane working on a new game”
Regardless of how StormRise turned out, they are a fairly talented group as far as I can see. Sonic Classics on DS was done really good, all things considered.
Hoping for another console action game.
Well then I hope the CA Brisbane team are making a Viking style sequal… I HOPE SOMEONE IS!
It was not called "Sega Australia"? Why keep the Creative Assembly name?
I think it's better for morale to retain their name. For a while EA was going around renaming every developer it acquired EA [Location] but they stopped doing that and changed their names back.