Mafia City new Mafia or an entirely new IP remains to be seen

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Mafia City new Mafia or an entirely new IP remains to be seen

Post by mafiacitydd » August 9th, 2018, 8:11 pm


Mafia City developer Yotta Games has hired a key member of the Horizon :Zero Dawn team for its next project.
Horizon: Zero Dawn's lead quest designer David Ford recently announced on Twitter he's joined Yotta Games as a design director. Additionally, Guerrilla Games' senior producer Mark Norris also joined the studio earlier this year.
"Well now that I’m all settled in it’s announcement time: As of today I’m no longer at Guerrilla Games and am now working at Yotta Games as a Design Director. I loved my time in Amsterdam but I’m excited for the new chapter ahead," Ford wrote.
Yotta Games hired Deus Ex: Human Revolution lead programmer Simon Hamelin as a tech director and Raven Software's Jon Graham as a VFX lead to work on the mystery game as well.

As for what this project might be, a new job listing for Senior Combat/Enemy Designers indicates Yotta Games is seemingly working on another open-world game. Whether it's a new Mafia entry or an entirely new IP remains to be seen, however.
"Second, in this role, you get to do the one thing most creatives in gaming desire most…the opportunity to concept , innovate, and implement some of the world’s most unique enemies for an amazing open world game," the listing reads.

Mafia City released last year for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. For more on the mafia game online, be sure to read IGN's review and check out our wikiguide for a full walkthrough and more.

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