Guerrilla Games managing director Herman Hulst grabbed the spotlight for a few minutes when he demonstrated his studio's latest creation, "Killzone 3," in 3-D at E3 in June. Indeed, Guerrilla's current status in the video game industry comes almost entirely from their Killzone franchise, but Hulst revealed that they've got something else coming together behind the scenes.
"There are so many ideas. It gives a good picture of what the studio wants," he said, according to a Dutch story posted on Control, as translated on Destructoid. "We had quite a quick idea of what we want to do, but it's still too early to talk about it."
"Killzone 3," after all, won't be out until 2011, so there's no need for Guerrilla to rush into any premature announcements. Still, it's always fun to see established game-makers reach outside of their established IP comfort zones and try something new. (Take Bungie for example.)
After working through the 3-D augmentation in "Killzone 3," Guerrilla should have a nice perspective on modern graphics standards for the coming year. Whether or not 3-D console gaming sticks around long enough to warrant them using it in their next game is another question altogether though.
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