Swedish strategy-specialist publisher Paradox Interactive is on its way to New York for its annual convention, and is promising seven new reveals to liven the two day game-a-thon in late January.
The games to be revealed are so mysterious that Paradox haven’t even titled them, offering only a slew of code names: Project “Spring Break,” Project “Ice Man,” Project “Orange,” Project “Penny,” Project “Tatanka,” Project “Mayflower” and Project “Doom”.
As well as lifting the lid on upcoming titles, Paradox will showcase recent releases. The line up of playable releases includes Magicka, Cities in Motion, Pride of Nations, Magna Mundi, Sword of the Stars II, Supreme Ruler: Cold War and Dreamlords: Resurrection.
Headlined as the place to see “the future of PC gaming”, the Paradox Interactive Convention is an annual event on its second visit to New York. On January 20 and 21, the Hilton New York will play host to a party of developers, from old favourites Taleworlds Studios, Neocore Games and Nitro Games to newcomers to the Paradox fold including TurboTape Games, Seatribe, Radioactive Software and Colossal Order.