We've been learning some more details about Redfall over the past few days - Bethesda and Arkane Studios' upcoming Xbox exclusive summer 2022 co-op shooter - courtesy of a couple of LinkedIn profiles.
The first is from a former tech artist at Arkane, whose profile acknowledges that he worked on R&D / Incubation, Modeling & Level architecture, prototyping environmental systems, visual scripting, and early lighting for Redfall from August of 2017 to May of 2018, suggesting the game has been in development for four years.
In addition, it looks like DOOM developer id Software has been helping out with Redfall, with the profile of an animator at the company recently highlighting they were currently working on "additional animation" for the project. The person in question has since removed any mention of Redfall from their LinkedIn profile.
The game will be an Xbox Series X and Series S exclusive when it arrives next year, and you'll be able to play solo or in co-op with up to four players to face off against a legion of vampires that have overtaken the once-quaint island town of Redfall. You can check out the reveal trailer above, but sadly we haven't seen any gameplay footage yet.
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