Gamecock Teams Up With Croteam

Recently formed indie game publisher Gamecock Media Group has expanded its roster of development partners today, announcing a new partnership with Croteam, the home of the hit Serious Sam series. Gamecock will publish Croteam’s next project, a currently untitled PC and next-gen console game powered by the proprietary ‘Serious Engine 3’ that is due out in 2009.

“The Gamecock team includes some of the best people we’ve worked with in our 14 years of game development,” says Roman Ribaric, Croteam CEO. “We had a great time and learned a lot when we worked together to produce the first Serious Sam and we are confident that we will achieve similar success this time around.”

“Now, with its next-gen engine pushing the latest gaming hardware to the limits of its potential, Croteam is producing a game that will confirm its position among the world’s game development elite,’ added Mike Wilson, CEO and Head of Marketing for Gamecock Media Group.

While the wait to hear more about the new Croteam game now begins, here are a few early screens of Serious Engine 3 to tide you over:

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