Nomad developer signed to a new contract on the scale of 'South Park.'
In an interview with Rock, Paper, Shotgun, Obsidian CEO Feargus Urghart stopped short of sharing specifics about which company or IP the new project will involve, "Luckily we signed another contract in December. I can’t go into any details about it, but it’s a game that will employ at least the same number of people that are working on South Park right now."
Rock, Paper, Shotgun is promising further excerpts tomorrow, even going so far as to invoke some of Obsidian's past work as future possibilities, "here’s a friendly reminder that Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic III and Fallout: New Vegas 2 have a pretty good chance at becoming actual things that exist."
Feargus was also careful not to rule out a future project involving 'South Park' as well, saying "It would be awesome to keep on working with Matt and Trey and the group."
After surviving the cannibalizing of THQ, 'South Park: The Stick of True' continues on with an expected release later this year.
Source:Rock, Paper, Shotgun