If you aren’t familiar with BIGBEN are in for a big surprise after a few large announcements being made during Bigben Week, a major annual event where the company announces all their upcoming titles. Here’s a look at what to expect.
Bigben Week isn’t something to scoff at this year by any means of the word. This year, the team is working with around 250 of the greatest indie teams in the world. This year, the publisher has even announced they are working around four major pillars, each a unique genre from one another, and each providing experiences completely different from one another.
Having just recently acquired Cyanide, EKO, and KT Racing, the publisher is working to develop a variety of experiences in genres such as Racing, Sports, Simulation, and Action & Adventure. This includes recently released titles such as WRC 8, FIA European Truck Racing Championship, and upcoming sports titles such as Bloodbowl 3, which is current;y in development by Cyanide.
Along with the announcements, comes the acquisition of EKO with the upcoming launch of one of the games we’ve become highly-anticipating by the name of Warhammer: Chaosbane from EKO, which is set to release on June 4th, 2019, for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The publisher has even announced their release of In The Sinking City from developer Frogwares, which is heavily influenced by the works of famed writer H.P. Lovecraft as players take on the role of Charles Reed, a private detective who is investigating the mysterious flooding of Oakmont, Massachusetts.
Along with those titles is the now, hopefully, highly anticipated title set in the Vampire: The Masquerade universe known as World of Darkness called Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood. An upcoming title that will help expand the Vampire: The Masquerade license in the future from developer Big Bad Wolf (The Council).
BIGBEN has revealed that they will be sharing more information about their upcoming titles during E3 2019. Stay tuned as we’ll keep you updated as more information is released.
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