EA has bought Hazelight, the studio behind the interesting adventure-platformer title Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. As part of the deal, EA will publish the studio’s newest, and still unnamed, title.
In a video released during The Game Awards, game director Josef Fares introduces both the fledgling Hazelight studio and the new game. Unfortunately, all we got to see are two men sitting in a boxcar under a bright full moon. Not even the title of the game was disclosed, and we have no idea what kind of game it’s going to be.
You can see the teaser, as well as Fares’ introduction, in the beginning of the post.
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