Sorcery, Borderlands 2 DLC Dev Working on Multiplayer FPS “Like Unreal Tournament and Quake”

August 11, 2013Written by Sebastian Moss


The Workshop Entertainment, who developed the PS3-exclusive Move title Sorcery, as well as co-developed the Borderlands 2 DLC Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage with Gearbox, are working on a multiplayer FPS.

PSLS discovered the following job listing that reveals the studio aims to emulate Unreal Tournament and Quake:

The Workshop Entertainment is looking for a Senior Level Designer to work on an exciting, unannounced multiplayer FPS. If you live and breathe competitive FPS mechanics and play patterns, this is a rare opportunity to join the right team at the right time. We’re bringing the fun and fast pace of classics like Unreal Tournament and Quake back into the spotlight!

On their website, The Workshop announced that they were developing for both the PS4 and Xbox One.

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