SEGA Racing Studio revived, PS Vita title in the works
SEGA has announced that they will be opening a new UK studio formed with key staff from their former Solihull-based SEGA Racing Studio.
The studio was closed back in 2008 after the launch of their HD reboot of the SEGA Rally series met with underwhelming sales despite being well-received by critics.
The new studio is currently working on a brand new title for the PlayStation Vita handheld due out in 2012 and they are recruiting for fifteen positions.
SEGA West's Gary Dunn said: "We're looking to be an agile, modern studio focusing on new platforms. Our new studio could very much end up working on mobile and tablet devices. Our plan is to be innovative as well as agile."
Thanks Develop Online.
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