BioShock creator Ken Levine has discussed his new game with Twitter followers.
As part of a Q&A session with fans, Levine revealed that he is working on a sci-fi game that utilises a first-person perspective.
Levine said that it would be set in the future, and that development started with narrative systems, but had now moved onto gameplay and actual narrative.
Asked if there would be a lighthouse in his new game (a reference to BioShock), Levine replied: "There's always a lighthouse. But probably not in this game."
He also ruled out an E3 reveal, explaining that it's "not the way we want to share it with people".
Ken Levine decided to leave Irrational after the launch of last year's BioShock Infinite 'Burial at Sea' DLC.
He announced plans to drop linear narratives and make games more replayable at GDC 2014.
BioShock creator Ken Levine working on first-person sci-fi project
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Posted 29 January 2015 - 02:17 PM