Rebellion has just informed us about a new PC project that has been under development and will be unveiled this February. Although we don’t know much, the company released a teaser trailer that can be viewed below. Rebellion has included a hint about this project in German, though it does not reveal much.
According to its description, this new project will debut on February 14th, and PC fans will “soon get the chance to discover for themselves just what is in store for those brave enough to venture into the ‘Totraum’. Heil Gotterdammerung.”
Riiiiiiiight. So after Googling both Totraum and Gotterdammerung, we came across some interesting information. Apparently, Totraum means dead space and Gotterdammerung means Twilight of the Gods. Now don’t expect this to have anything to do with EA’s franchise or the Twilight movies, though a crossover would be kind of cool, don’t you think?
But anyway, back on topic. The teaser also comes with a link to a teaser website for this project. This website is titled NZA and features a logo that looks similar to the one of Sniper Elite V2. In addition, the url refers to 2000AD which further hints to a comic, owned by Rebellion.
This could means lots of things; new Sniper Elite V2 expansion? A sequel to it set in the comic’s era? Something completely different? After all, this project involves Germans and soldiers, therefore an expansion to Sniper Elite V2 sounds plausible.
Obviously we are simply guessing here and only one thing is certain at this point; all things will be unveiled this February, so stay tuned for more. Until then, enjoy the teaser trailer below!
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