BioShock creator Ken Levine and his crew at Ghost Story Video games have remained silent for years. In reality, little or no is understood concerning the crew’s present mission. Because of a latest job itemizing, nonetheless, a couple of fundamental bits of data have surfaced on-line. Apparently, Ghost Story Video games is presently creating one thing within the “immersive sim genre.”
This info comes by means of a job itemizing on the Take-Two Interactive’s Careers web page. The crew is seeking to rent a Cinematic Narrative Scripter, who can be “responsible for fully implementing both systemic and scripted narrative events.” Based on the job description, the studio consists of lower than 40 builders, all working to provide a “creatively ambitious project in the immersive sim genre.”
Given Levine’s work on immersive sims prior to now, System Shock and BioShock, this information doesn’t come as an excessive amount of of a shock. Nonetheless, it’s intriguing to know the studio is difficult at work on one thing carefully affiliated with its roots. Till now, the unrevealed title was solely identified to encompass “narrative LEGOs.” Up to now, Levine additionally divulged plans to provide one thing that gives extra of a problem than what gamers skilled from the likes of BioShock: Infinite.
Practically three years in the past, Ken Levine, together with a few dozen of his colleagues, made the transition from Irrational Video games to Ghost Story Video games. This shift passed off following a section in 2014 which noticed Irrational Video games “winding down.” As many could recall, such a transfer additionally put the way forward for BioShock within the palms of 2K Video games. Sadly, it stays unclear as to what the franchise’s future entails.
[Source: Take-Two Interactive Careers via Twinfinite]