Dylan Jobe Leaves Incognito, Forms Lightbox Interactive

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Dylan Jobe today announced that he, along with other members of the Incognito Entertainment development team, has left the studio and formed a brand new company.

LightBox Interactive, as they’re being called, will be working on titles for Sony Computer Entertainment America, specifically on the “Playstation family of platforms.”

LightBox will be relocating in Salt Lake City, with a team who made significant contributions to the likes of Twisted Metal Black, War of the MOnsters, Warhawk and all of its expansion packs.

They currerntly have a multi-year, multi-title partnership with SCEA and are developing games for the PlayStation family.

Sources have told Kotaku that LightBox is working on a game described as “Warhawk in space”. When Jobe was contacted for comment, he couldn’t reveal anything just yet.

“We’re incredibly happy to continue working with Sony Computer Entertainment America and World Wide Studios. We’ve got a great relationship with them and I’m really proud of our new partnership. With regard to the inevitable “What are you guys working on?”… It’s way too early to comment on anything but I can say that we have some really exciting stuff in development that our Warhawk fans *and* new players will love.”

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