Radar Group has lifted the lid on fresh projects Prey 2, Incarnate and Earth No More.

Founders of the newly created production company confirmed to Edge magazine that these were three of six titles it was already overseeing.

Prey 2 will be developed by Human Head for PS3, 360 and PC. Events occur several years after the original and join Tommy as he is released from prison after being wrongly blamed for the disappearances of a bunch of people.

Human Head is looking to expand on the portals idea, fill narrative holes, and introduce more spirit powers. Which, if you liked the first game, should sound good.

Artwork had previously popped up on the Radar Group website, which doesn't seem to work for us. Perhaps aliens have stolen it.

Meanwhile, Incarnate is an Assassin's Creed-like title for PC, PS3 and 360. It has you chasing down reincarnated souls of evil people from our history, and features an open-world Chicago and its rooftops to explore.

This, according to Radar Group co-founder Scott Miller (also founder of 3D Realms), will have "elaborate chase gameplay that Assassin's Creed barely touched upon".

The other title was Earth No More, which we first heard about last June. Former Max Payne developers formed studio Recoil Games will work on it, alongside stalwarts 3D Realms.

It's a shooter for PC, PS3 and 360 and is based around a 'science-gone-wrong' premise where a virus has swept across the land with disastrous effect. You are caught in the middle and have to get to the bottom of it.

It has co-operative play and a heavy emphasis on story, as well as some experimental weapons, by the sound of things.

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