Guerrilla Games has started a new round of hires, which include several multiplayer experts who won’t work on the Horizon: Zero Dawn franchise.
In particular, the Dutch studio has grabbed a couple Rainbow Six Siege staffers, who are probably going to contribute to another shooter, most likely a brand-new Killzone game.
The two are Simon Larouche, who already spent three years at Guerrilla working on Killzone 2 (and has served as game director on R6 Siege), as well as new principal game designer Chris Lee.
Interestingly, we do know that Larouche has been working on a secret unannounced project at Guerrilla Games since February, and this could mean that we’ll soon learn more about what this title actually is.
The sage bet is on Killzone 4, or whatever it gets dubbed after the unnumbered Shadow Fall, even though we know many of you could be disappointed at hearing that after the much appreciated Zero Dawn.