Bioshock’s creative director and Irrational Games founder Ken Levine has taken to Twitter to answer questions about his new studio’s first game. While no specific details where discusses, we did learn a thing or two about the upcoming title. Not its actual title though.

For starters, Levine’s new game will have a sci-fi setting and will probably be played in first person. The narrative will be divided into chapters, as opposed to the more common three-act structure, but unlike Telltale Games‘ signature episodic format we’re familiar with from The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us series.

When asked about the actual game, Levine wrote it will be a “small open worldish (but not necessarily outdoors) rpg with quest structure coming from passion system.” He also hinted that the game might be focused on replayability and narrative that can be experienced in many different ways.

As of now, Levine’s post-Irrational Games title is PC only, though that can still change.


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