The studio best known for making Dead Space and Dante's Inferno is expanding its scope, welcoming more than just action adventure games into its fold, including EA's venerable Command & Conquer strategy game series.
Electronic Arts senior vice president and group general manager Nick Earl tells Gamasutra that more games, including the Command & Conquer title that's "pretty far off", will exist as a Visceral Games label project.
The Visceral label, which will tap the talents of EA development studios in Los Angeles, Shanghai, Montreal, and Melbourne, Australia, will bring you more than just Dead Space, more than just third-person action. But Earl calls the Dead Space series "really emblematic of the kind of games we're building", even if that doesn't necessarily mean Command & Conquer is due for a graphically violent makeover.
Hey, it sounds better than Command & Conquer for Facebook, right?
For more on Visceral's plans, check out the full article on Gamasutra.