Gamecock Picks Up Section 8

Gamecock Media Group continues to pick up steam as the hottest new game publisher in the business, today announcing a deal with TimeGate Studios to publish Section 8, a new sci-fi FPS set to explore onto next-gen consoles in 2009.

“We are ecstatic to be working with a publisher as developer-friendly and supportive of original ideas as Gamecock,” said Adel Chaveleh, President and CEO of TimeGate. “Section 8 is our most ambitious project to date, and it’s really exciting to have the full support of our publisher to deliver the absolute best game possible.”

“Often times we gather in the Cockpit to discuss the ideal developers we want to work with. TimeGate has always been at the top of the list. I can’t wait to let gamers know more about their upcoming masterpiece.” commented Harry Miller, President and Head of Development for Gamecock Media Group.

Gamecock and TimeGate have released a teaser trailer and some art for Section 8 today as well, all posted for your viewing pleasure below:

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