Dontnod confirmed for E3, Adrift reveal inevitable

Dontnod Entertainment has confirmed their attendance at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo. Now, many of you may be asking, “Who the heck are Dontnod?” We’ll tell you.

While we’ve not reported on their project simply because there’s so little information surrounding it, Dontnod is a French developer commissioned by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe to develop an “AAA” blu-ray title for PlayStation 3.

Job listings have labelled the project Adrift, dubbed an “AAA action-adventure game for PS3” which is published “by Sony Computer Entertainment”. A team of eighty are reportedly working on the title.

And that’s it. We’ll be setting up an appointment with Dontnod to see what it is they have in store. With no games in their portfolio, it’ll be interesting to see what they’re crafting.

News [Dontnod Entertainment]

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