Starbreeze developing Storm, Payday 2, Brothers

Starbreeze revamps their website and reveals a new game called Storm

January 21, 2013
StarBreeze Studios news

Starbreeze, developer of the much-maligned Syndicate reboot, has listed an new in-development title on its revamped website, simply titled Storm.

The only description for the game is:

Currently in development. Co-op Sci Fi FPS. It is our future.

Storm is listed alongside two other titles: Payday 2 (out in 2013); and Brothers – a Tale of Two Sons (no ETA).

It has been suggested by VG247 that Storm may be Starbreeze’s shelved Cold Mercury game, which was originally intended to be a free-to-play title.

Starbreeze Games in Development Jan 2013

Starbreeze games in development – Jan 2013

Sources: PlaySyndicate, VG247, Starbreeze

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