Art from Dead Space dev's Jack the Ripper game leaks - report

Stylish, supernatural take on London serial killer.

What appears to be concept art from Dead Space studio Visceral Games' missing-in-action Jack the Ripper project has found its way on to the web.

As reported by Siliconera, a former Visceral artist going by the name of Joebot has posted a number of images on his/her own site, showing off a stylish, supernatural spin on the London slasher. Take a look below.

First sighted back in 2009, the game was to cast the notorious Victorian prostitute slayer as the good guy, saving Londoners from all manner of demons and vampires.

Publisher EA never formally announced the game and it's assumed the project didn't make it into full production.

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