Sperasoft Reportedly Developing Unannounced AAA Third-Person Action RPG Using Unreal Engine

Sperasoft, a renowned support studio developing several AAA titles from various developers, has been reportedly working on an unannounced AAA third-person action RPG.

Although not officially confirmed, the news surfaced through the LinkedIn profile of Sperasoft technical designer Andrew K., as spotted by Twitter user Timur222. The game is said to be built using Unreal Engine, though the specific version has not been mentioned.

Having collaborated on popular franchises such as Fallout, Assassin’s Creed, and Mass Effect, Sperasoft brings a wealth of experience to their current project. Their background in world-building, storytelling, and gameplay mechanics indicates that their new action RPG could feature elements such as open-world exploration, character progression, and an engaging narrative. As a support studio, Sperasoft is known for helping developers create high-quality gaming experiences and will likely bring the same expertise to their projects.

While details about Sperasoft’s unannounced AAA third-person action RPG are scarce, the combination of their experience and the use of Unreal Engine spark an interest.

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