One of 38 Studios' upcoming projects will be unveiled at the San Diego Comic-Con later this month.
That's according to a schedule of events for the show (thanks Big Download), which notes that on Thursday 22nd July punters will be able to attend a session with 38 boss Curt Schilling, lead designer Ken Rolston, world creator R. A. Salvatore and art director Todd McFarlane.
"Be among the first in the world to see the video game debut from Curt Schilling's 38 Studios," it said.
Although it doesn't mention it by name, the listing presumably refers to single-player RPG Project Mercury.
"Learn all about this ambitious new project as 38 Studios unveils the name of the game along with the world premiere of the game's first trailer directed by McFarlane. Attendees will also receive a limited-edition poster."
Project Mercury is due out for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 and was recently signed by EA, but otherwise little is known about it.
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