The Behemoth Announces Unnamed Game for Xbox One

By   /   Apr 11, 2014

The Behemoth, developer of Castle Crashers, is working on an unnamed project exclusively for the Xbox One, the studio announced at PAX East earlier today.

Except for the teaser image above, the studio did not provide any further details into their new project. The Behemoth did note that the game will be playable later this year and that more information will be revealed at San Diego Comic Con in July.

The Behemoth is temporary calling it “Game 4” which probably is a reference to the studio’s previous projects: Alien Hominid, Castle Crashers, and BattleBlock Theater.

Castle Crashers and BattleBlock Theater were both originally released for the Xbox 360 and later found their way to other platforms. The new title probably has a similar timed exclusivity deal for the Xbox One and will later arrive for the PlayStation 4 and even PC.

The Behemoth is currently hosting a catalog sale on Xbox Live, discounting Castle Crashers and BattleBlock Theater to $5 apiece.

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