First Details On Crimson Alliance, An RPG From People Who Help Make Halo And Call Of Duty

Last week, the official existence of Crimson Alliance, a game from developer Certain Affinity, was outed by Australia's ratings board. We didn't know much about the game then, but we do now - it's definitely not a sequel to Crimson Skies.

According to developer Certain Affinity, a "boutique studio" that has lent its talent to Call of Duty: Black Ops, Call of Duty World at War, Halo 2, Halo Waypoint, Halo Reach and Left 4 Dead, Crimson Alliance is a "new action RPG" with a "strong emphasis on cooperative multiplay".

"It takes everything we've learned about high action from working on shooters like Halo and Call of Duty, and everything we love about the fantasy genre, and wraps it in furious action," writes the developer on its Facebook page. "Customise and power up your character's unique attacks and abilities and battle your way through an epic campaign driven story. Up to four players can party together cooperatively over Xbox Live or on the couch."

The official Crimson Alliance website shows hints of fantasy warriors and evil looking ghouls, interspersed with an ominous "She is coming..." tagline. The Xbox Live game is slated for a release this summer, but we expect to hear more by next week's E3 2011 showing.

Crimson Alliance [Facebook via Joystiq]


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    Funny: why is it always the Classification Board in Australia that reveals all these secret games?

    First it was the Xbox version of the Witcher 2, now this.

    I'm liking the sound of co op split screen. So few big titles have it these days... Always with the online.

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