Ruffian Games - the studio behind last year's moderately successful Crackdown 2 on Xbox 360 - is working on a couple of new online focused game, studio head Gaz Liddon has revealed.
In a blog post seeking new development talent, Liddon wrote: "Since completing Ruffian's first born, Crackdown 2, we've now moved onto a couple of new games."
He added: "Rather boringly as is the case for most nascent projects we're unable to talk about them in any detail right now. What we can say is they're really exciting, high action, visceral titles that are heavily focussed on online. Which could be a lot of games to be honest."
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Liddon already said it and he's right; the description of the games the studio are making could apply to a huge range of titles, but what it doesn't do is rule out a new entry in the Crackdown franchise.
Crackdown 2 was developed on a very tight schedule and while it failed to live up to fan expectations, did provide a lot of open-world, destructive fun. We'd be excited to see what Ruffian could do with more time.