International Hobo Ltd is proud to announce its involvement with 'Kult: Heretic Kingdoms', a computer role-playing game for the PC. The game is being developed by Slovakian studio 3D People, and will be published in Europe by Project 3. The game design and script are being developed by International Hobo Ltd, based upon an original story concept by 3D People.
Chris Bateman, Managing Director of International Hobo, is enthusiastic about the project. "When 3D People contacted us about this game, they already had a dynamite game engine in production, but there were some issues about the game mechanics and script that needed resolving. We're very excited about the direction the game is heading in, and believe it will certainly appeal to fans of the genre.
"Working with 3D People has been very satisfying. As a game design and dialogue scripting agency, it is always gratifying to work with a team who are open to new approaches, but are also confident in assessing what can and cannot be achieved within the project schedule. This development team has tremendous potential."
Peter Nagy, Lead Designer at 3D People added: "We're very happy to have an experienced design and scripting agency like International Hobo on board this project. With their fast and professional assistance we will deliver an original, involving and memorable fantasy RPG game."
Raymond Snippe, Development & PR Executive for Project 3 is also pleased with the direction the game is taking. "With an award winning company like International Hobo teaming up with a talented studio such as 3D People, a great final product is now very much in the cards. I must admit we have high expectations for this release and I hope the RPG fans out there will feel the genre has been enriched with a classic when they'll play it."
'Kult: Heretic Kingdoms' will be released in Europe end of Q2 2004.