Obsidian Entertainment is planning to reveal a new RPG during The Game Awards next week. Let’s get to speculating.

If you go over to obsidian.net, you’ll be greeted by one of two pop-ups. Both look very old-timey and ask us to “say tuned for a special message” from either Spacer’s Choice or Antie Cloe’s.

According to the text and countdown at the bottom, this message will be delivered during The Game Awards, on December 6.

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Once you close the pop-up, another one appears. The second pop-up shares the same visual style and looks to be an advertisement of sorts. It even comes with its own catchy jingle.

Like with the first, the second pop-up comes in two variations. The Spacer’s Choice one shows a retro-futuristic pistol with the slogan “It’s not the best choice, it’s Spacer’s Choice!”. On the other one, you can see a few creams and ointments, as well as a box of bread.

This time, the slogan is “Better than nature!”.

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Both of these advertisements are probably for in-game stores you can visit, although you can never know for sure. What is pretty obvious is the fact that they both have a very distinct futuristic flavor to them, despite the retro design. The “Better than nature” mantra immediately makes me think about games like Bioshock and Prey.

And no, I don’t think Obsidian is working on a new Fallout game.

While we still don’t know what the announced RPG is, we do know it’s not a Microsoft game. Even though the company bought Obsidian, the indie studio is still working with other publishers. A tweet from Geoff Keighley confirms that this game is published by Private Division, Take-Two’s new indie label.

The Game Awards starts at  5:30 pm PT/8:30 pm ET on December 6. You’ll be able to watch it live on YouTube, Twitch, and Mixer.

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