Former SWTOR Devs Team With Nexon To Produce New Game
Nexon's dipping its fingers into a lot of pies lately. We already know that it's publishing Boss Key Productions' LawBreakers, and now word comes down of another gaming veteran starting his own studio and getting publishing help from Nexon.
Dallas Dickinson, formerly the director of production for Star Wars: The Old Republic, has his own studio now, called QC Games, and it's working on an as-yet-unnamed "multiplayer online action game" for PC and consoles. That's sufficiently vague enough to potentially encompass any number of genres, but based on how gaming trends have been lately, smart money would be on a MOBA or TF2-style arena battler.
In addition to Dickinson, QC Games will enlist the service of several other video game veterans, many from the Electronic Arts/BioWare family. You can keep up with the company's goings-on via its shiny new website.
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