Bohemia Interactive has been teasing a new IP these past few hours. Its official Twitter account has shared an image that looks like the aftermath of an atom bomb in Europe, with the tag #WhatIfHumanityFalls.
— Bohemia Interactive (@bohemiainteract) June 6, 2018
Obviously this is not much, however this very same image confirms that the game will be revealed during Microsoft’s E3 press conference.
Bohemia Interactive’s Petr Kolár claimed that this new game is powered by Unreal Engine (most probably Unreal Engine 4) and will be exclusive to Xbox. Now before raising your pitchfork, know that this most likely means that the game will also come to the PC as it will be an Xbox Play Anywhere title.
Second phase is in. Time to listen to https://t.co/3y814fYgat while waiting for the announcement of a new game by @bohemiainteract (this time @Xbox One Exclusive built on @UnrealEngine). #WhatIfHumanityFalls https://t.co/kGDmtvpNu2
— Pettka (@Lathspel) June 7, 2018
Bohemia’s Publishing Manager, David Koleckár hinted that this will be a new IP.
You´re on the right way, but don´t search for another letter. Think about what you can already read. What do you see? If you think about it, you already know the clue for the message. 🙂
— David Kole?ká? (@koleckar) June 7, 2018
Last but not least, Bohemia has registered a new domain for vigorgame.com, meaning that this unannounced game could be called VIGOR.
As said, Bohemia will reveal this new IP at Microsoft’s E3 press conference, so stay tuned for more!
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