2K Marin Working on New IP Alongside XCOM

2K Marin Working on New IP Alongside XCOM

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The development studio 2K Marin is apparently working on a new intellectual property at the same time as they are developing the shooter based on the XCOM universe. References to the new project have been found in the resume of Hogarth De La Plante, who is the co-founder of 2K...
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