SEGA’s Alien: Isolation team working on new IP, a ‘First Person Tactical Shooter’

While SEGA’s Creative Assembly is mostly known in PC circles, the company has tried its hand at making console games. First in the mid-2000s with Spartan: Total Warrior, then a few years later with Viking: Battle for Asgard and most recently with the critically acclaimed Alien: Isolation. We already knew that Creative Assembly was working a ‘multi-platform AAA blockbuster’ way back in 2015 and it seems they are still hard at work on this big title considering they are looking for a Senior UI artist for this new IP.

According to Creative Assembly’s job listing:

“Creative Assembly’s award-winning team behind Alien: Isolation are exploring new frontiers with a brand-new and exciting First Person Tactical Shooter IP. The Team are looking for a Senior UI Artist to work on a new unannounced IP. This is ideal opportunity for an accomplished artist with outstanding graphic design sensibilities to join the team.”

Its really nice that SEGA Japan has gotten the gears rolling and their console games are getting more popular, but I would also love to see what Creative Assembly is cooking up next for a console release. Could be huge. What do you think?

[Via: Reddit]

 

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3 responses to “SEGA’s Alien: Isolation team working on new IP, a ‘First Person Tactical Shooter’

  1. SEGAMON says:

    It is really good to hear Sega helping new IP come to fruition.

  2. Stroopwafel says:

    Randy Pitchford isn’t around to steal Sega’s money this time, and the Alien Isolation team is actually competent.

    This thing has a chance.

  3. Giga_Force says:

    Still hoping to see Alien Isolation 2 someday; such a brilliant game.

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