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Halo and Destiny creators to work on a new first-person sci-fi mystery game

In a day when everyone just wants to play Call Of Duty, its nice to play another type of first person shooter style game, you may be wondering what other kinds are there?

Well the designer of Bungie and Halo have teamed up to create a new “First Person” type sci-fi mystery game and its coming for the Playstation 4.

EuroGamer has more details:[via]Halo and Bungie game

Little is known about Asemblance, but Sankey noted on the PlayStation Blog that this debut effort of the company he founded, Nilo Studios, is heavily inspired by TV shows like Black Mirror, The Twilight Zone and The X-Files.

Asemblance is set within a machine that helps people simulate memories, leaving the player constantly guessing about what’s actually happening.

“We’ve also found inspiration in games like P.T. and The Stanley Parable – experiences that allow players to explore different theories and ultimately engage one another to learn the truth,” Sankey said. “We were inspired by this approach to create a narrative where you’re never quite sure what’s real or what’s not.”

That’s not a lot to go on, but Sankey has a pretty good pedigree with a decade at Bungie under his belt before founding Nilo last year. Prior to his time at Bungie, Sankey worked as a designer at Monolith Productions from 2004-2006. That’s around the time the studio released the first F.E.A.R. and Condemned: Criminal Oranges.