A rumored leak suggests Sony’s upcoming Sci-Fi game may be codenamed ‘Red Project’ by Outriders Dev.
It is a well-known fact that Sony has mastered the art of creating suspense and anticipation around the announcements of their upcoming projects. They have a reputation for keeping the details of their projects shrouded in mystery until the very last moment, leaving fans eager for more information. This level of suspense not only generates buzz around their brand, but it also keeps fans engaged and invested in their projects.
By carefully controlling the release of information and creating a sense of excitement, Sony is able to generate hype and build anticipation for each of their projects, making the eventual reveal all the more satisfying for fans. Overall, Sony’s ability to create suspense shows how good they are at marketing and public relations. This is just one of the many reasons why they are one of the most successful and respected companies in the entertainment industry.
Is Sony Developing a New Sci-fi RPG?
A new video game, which is believed to be under development by a third-party studio for Sony, has recently been leaked. The five-second in-engine footage of the game shows a third-person sci-fi role-playing game with shooting elements.
The player character is holding a gun and walking on a bridge while a giant slimy monster climbs a tower in the background. Although the footage was supposedly made using Unreal Engine 5, no further details regarding the game’s title or the identity of the developer have been disclosed.
According to unconfirmed online rumors, many people believe that the sci-fi IP codenamed – “Red Project” was created by Outriders’ in-house developers.
Leaked Game Footage Generates Mixed Reactions
IconEra, the source of the leak, has emphasized that the footage is from an early build. Horror game insider and YouTuber – Dusk Golem who claimed to have seen more of the game in action, confirms that it has full voice acting and original music, which they say is more refined than what was seen in the leaked clip. Dusk Golem also stated that the nickname “Ooze” for the game was not its actual name.
With the abundance of conflicting reports, it will be next to impossible to tell which rumors have a semblance of credibility and which should be ignored completely.
The best way to separate truth from fiction is to wait for official information from a reliable source. In this case, Sony is the ultimate authority on its own developments. Until then, all we can do is hope for a clear and concise update from them.