Dead Space co-creator Glen Schofield has teased plans to announce a new game project in 2024.
Schofield left his most recent studio, Striking Distance, earlier this year after its debut game, The Callisto Protocol, failed to meet expectations.
Schofield, who’s also a professional artist, started his video game career as an art director on licensed games in the early 1990s. He later joined Crystal Dynamics and led development of the Gex and Legacy of Kain franchises.
Schofield made his name at EA’s Redwood Studios (later renamed Visceral Games), co-creating the critically acclaimed Dead Space franchise. He then moved to Activision’s Call of Duty studio Sledgehammer Games in 2009.
Schofield founded Krafton subsidiary Striking Distance in 2019 with the goal of crafting an original narrative experience in the PUBG universe. The project evolved into a sci-fi survival horror game, The Callisto Protocol, which received mixed reviews.
After confirming his departure from Striking Distance, Schofield revealed that he has been working on a new game-related project behind the scenes, promising something new and exciting.
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