Developer Remedy Entertainment announced that itâ€™s making a new game, codenamed â€śCondor,â€ť a multiplayer spinoff of Control. No release date, price, or story beats have been shared for Project Condor, but all we know so far is that Remedyâ€™s press release says it will be a four-player cooperative PvE (player vs. environment) game. Itâ€™ll be built with Northlight, the same engine used for Control. It will release on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X / S consoles.
The game will be published by 505 Games. â€śAs a multiplayer game, Project Condor has the potential to engage the gaming community in the long run, contributing to 505 Gamesâ€™ product revenue stream longer than traditional games,â€ť shared the co-CEOs of Digital Bros Group, the company that operates the publisher, in a statement.
Remedy and 505 Games shared that they are also collaborating on a â€śbigger-budgetâ€ť Control title coming in the future. According to the press release, the companies have â€śoutlined high-level collaboration terms,â€ť so it could be a while before we see the next installment in action.
Control isnâ€™t the only franchise that Remedy Entertainment is focused on. Itâ€™s working on CrossfireX alongside Smilegate, the Korean developer that created the popular FPS Crossfire. Additionally, the developer joined Epic Games Publishing as a partner, and as of late March 2020, it said that the publishing deal â€ścovered two titles; one larger-scale production, and a smaller game set in the universe.â€ť