Bethesda Roundhouse Studios Developing An Unannounced Project

The game appears to be in development alongside co-development of Redfall.

The chronicles of Roundhouse Studios began in 2019 under Bethesda Game Studios; the studio was formerly known as Human Head Studios. The Human head Studios and Roundhouse Studios both retain the same staff and office, but the team has been widely silent until recently. The small Bethesda team was formed around the same time when the company merged with Xbox.

Roundhouse Studios has started to come out of the darkness and is partaking in the co-development of Redfall. Redfall is an open-world first-person shooter with four individual survivors, including single-player and co-operative multiplayer modes. The game has retained its secrecy throughout development in the usual Bethesda fashion.

Redfall has unfortunately been delayed to 2023 due to it not being ready. The vampire-killing first-person co-op shooter needs an additional span of time to be smoothed to perfection. Roundhouse Studios, however, appears to be working on more than just Redfall, as initially spotted by an industry insider, Klobrille.

The LinkedIn profile of Roundhouse Studios’ game designer—the page has since been removed—Brad Fawaz, hints toward Roundhouse Studios working on an unannounced project. The image posted under the experience section mentions Redfall and another unnamed title. The image only states “Unannounced” in a black and blank image.

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The image hinting toward an unannounced title in the works

There are no particular details in old Bethesda fashion, and the project is expected to remain in secrecy until ready to be officially revealed. Brad Fawaz has served as a Senior Designer in Human Head Studios and is likely playing an integral part in the development of anticipated Redfall.

Although it was already known that an unannounced project was in the works, there have been no particulars concerning it. The host of Xbox Ultimate, Mav, on Twitter revealed that they were informed that Roundhouse Studios was crafting their own project after the acquisition was final.

All in all, this is good news for gamers, and the small Bethesda studio might also just brew something to make a name for itself. What are your thoughts regarding this alluring unannounced project? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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