Uncharted director Amy Hennig’s new studio at Skydance Media is engaged on an action-adventure sport, and she or he lately introduced on author and actor Todd Stashwick to contribute to the mission.
Hennig and Stashwick beforehand labored collectively on a Star Wars sport at Digital Arts generally known as Mission Ragtag, however the sport was finally canceled. Additionally they labored collectively on Uncharted 4 for a time frame earlier than they each left the mission.
Stashwick stated on Twitter (via VGC), “I am working with Amy Hennig and a core crew of trade vets on an thrilling motion/journey sport.”
Stashwick additionally linked to Skydance’s profession web page, placing out the decision for folks to use. “In search of of us that need to push state-of-the-art animation tech,” he stated. Stashwick additionally talked about that the crew is in search of people who find themselves skilled with the Unreal Engine, which appears to recommend the brand new sport will run on Epic’s expertise.
Stashwick clarified on Twitter that he’s writing for the brand new sport after somebody stated he could be in it. In another tweet, he stated, “We began writing collectively some time again on the Star Wars mission. It has been a blast of a collaboration.”
Hennig fashioned the brand new Skydance video games studio in 2019. Skydance Media has produced such movies as Mission Inconceivable Fallout, Gemini Man, Annihilation, and Terminator: Darkish Destiny. Hennig is overseeing the corporate’s new sport growth label, working alongside her former Digital Arts co-worker Julian Beak. Whether or not or not Hennig’s new sport is predicated on an current franchise or one thing new stays to be seen.
Skydance is not the one film firm getting concerned with video games, as JJ Abrams’ Dangerous Robotic firm simply raised $40 million to create a brand new AAA IP from its video games division.