Dead Space Dev Should Work On Iron Man
Dead Space developer Motive is reportedly working on Marvel’s Iron Man after finishing work on the remake.
According to Jeff Grubb, who is known for his connections in the gaming industry, Dead Space developer Motive should finish work on Marvel’s Iron Man before Black Panther, whose latte will be handled by a team of former Shadow of Mordor developers.
The motive is to do Iron Man after a dead space. A team of former Shadow of Mordor developers will create Black Panther.
— Grubb (@JeffGrubb) September 10, 2022
Grubb said fans won’t have to wait long to hear about the Iron Man project that has been greenlit by EA. However, he warned that it will be some time before anyone can play it, as developer Motive is currently busy finishing work on the Dead Space remake. For all intents and purposes, the Iron Man project has yet to take off. Therefore, fans will have to be patient and wait a bit for more details.
Grubb didn’t say if the game would be current-gen only or if it would appear on previous-gen consoles as well. That said, given that it probably won’t be released for a few years, it’s safe to say that it will likely only be available for PS5, Xbox Series X | S and PC.
Previously, it was reported that EA had rented the Lakeview, a hardwood office building on Kirkland’s waterfront, to set up its new studio, possibly for Black Panther development. According to commercial real estate sources, financial services company Robinhood has leased the building to Electronic Arts. The publisher previously announced that it had hired former Monolith Productions vice president and studio head Kevin Stephens to lead a new studio in the Seattle area. Although the studio does not yet have a name, it is said to be working on an open-world action-adventure game.
Jeff Grubb had earlier revealed that a Black Panther game was being developed at the new studio founded by former Monolith VP Kevin Stephens and published by EA under the working title Project Rainier. Since Kirkland is a suburb east of Seattle, it’s highly likely that EA rented the building to set up Stephens’ studio for development of the open-world game Black Panther.