Project Wight

David Goldfarb, the lead designer on Battlefield: Bad Company 2, has released a series of concept art images for his upcoming RPG Project Wight.

Taking to Twitter, the developer praised the work of artist Piotr Jablonski, whose images portray an eye-catching mix of realism and fantasy within worlds bleached of colour. The pictures show off a variety of environments, as well as what is presumably the player-controlled creature being swarmed by Viking warriors.

Project Wight was originally unveiled late last year with a commentated trailer showing off some of its features (which is embedded below). The game casts players as one of the last of a race of strange creatures that have been hunted almost to extinction. Following the creature throughout its lifecycle, different abilities and skills will be available at different points within the game, with the goal, apparently, being to reap revenge on the humans that have killed the creature’s father.

Beyond this baseline information, few details on the project have been released, although it is currently expected to be a PC exclusive at the present time.

Aside from his work on the Battlefield franchise, Goldfarb is also known as the director of Payday 2. Piotr Jablonski has previously provided concept art for Arkane Studios (Dishonored) and Games Workshop (Warhammer), among others. Project Wight will be the debut project for The Outsiders.

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Damien Lawardorn
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