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Horizon Zero Dawn, God of War, and Assassin’s Creed Talent Join Remothered Developer For First PS5 Project

Remothered developer Stormind Games has announced that it’s bolstered its next project with three new hirings, plucking talent from titles such as Horizon Zero Dawn, God of War and Assassin’s Creed.

The new game is set to be announced soon, and will be released for the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. It’s also the studio’s first proprietary IP.

First up, Anne Toole has joined the project and previously served as writer of Horizon Zero Dawn, The Witcher and Days Gone, and will be taking on the role of Narrative Consultant.

She’ll be fined by Ron Fish, a composer who worked on God of War and the Batman Arkham games, who will serve as Soundtrack Composer, and Borislav Mitkov, who is serving as Character Concept Artist having previously worked on Assassin’s Creed as a Concept Artist.

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Antonio Cannata, CEO and co-founder of Storming Games, commented:

Intense stories and distinctive visual style are our company’s main pillars, and it is essential to add the perfect soundtrack to this combo: that’s why we’re thrilled to welcome three experts in these fields, all with background in AAA development, to our team.

It’s always great to work with professionals who have had different experiences and who bring their own personal touches and perspectives to a project. Collaborating with video game stars such as Anne Toole, Ron Fish, and Borislav Mitkov has brought a huge added value to our latest project.

At Stormind Games, we have always aimed at raising the bar, every day we want to reach new heights, and the fact that they immediately believed in our new video game, which is also our first proprietary IP, makes me believe that we’re on the right track.

Stay tuned for more details on the new game from Stormind Games as we get it.