Radar Group has today announced its official public launch and revealed its first three game projects: Earth No More, Incarnate and Prey 2.
Founded in June 2007, Radar Group co-creates original IP, designed from the ground up, for successful leveraging in the game and film markets. The company has a strong belief that original thinking is key and only works with passionate development teams looking to establish themselves with original IP.
"We're something our industry desperately needs," says Scott Miller, Radar's Chief Creative Officer. "Radar is teaming up with many of the industry's top independent studios to help them create original IP in which they own a substantial ownership stake."
Earth No More was first revealed back in 2007 and is a global disaster FPS coming to PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Rather than focusing on the typical lone-hero character, Earth No More will feature an ensemble cast that must learn to work together to survive the threat of an environmental extinction event. DHS chemical weapons expert Will Foster is the first to respond to a gas attack on Washington, D.C., however it soon becomes clear that the attack is a cover-up for something much more sinister. The game's in development at Recoil Games and is currently without a release date.
Second up is Incarnate, a third-person action title for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. The game sees players taking on the role of Thomas Ludlow, a man recruited by a secret organisation to hunt down and capture reincarnated souls of history's mot evil people.
The final of Radar Group's three titles is Prey 2, the sequel to the million-selling PC and Xbox 360 sci-fi FPS of 2006. More details on which you can find here.
Expect lots more info on each of Radar Groups titles over the coming months.