A couple of months ago we reported on rumours that the Legacy of Kain series was in the process of being rebooted. A LinkedIn profile for Crystal Dynamics' lead principal artist, Matt McCulloch, potentially adds credence to this, or at the very least points to another new IP in the works from the studio behind Tomb Raider and Legacy of Kain:
"Creating wildly cool environments for a soon to be announced title for Crystal Dynamics. Working closely with all disciplines to create unique, efficient and malleable levels. more on that to come..."
On top of that, the Crystal Dynamics site now has job listings for a 'brand new AAA game'.
Either way, it looks like we could find out exactly what Crystal Dynamics are now working on at this year's E3.
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