British developer Kuju Entertainment has announced that it is working with Ernst and Young, the receivers appointed to oversee the liquidation of bankrupt publisher Hip Interactive, to find a new publisher for forthcoming title City of the Dead.
The Kuju-developed and George A. Romero-penned horror game project that publisher Hip Games announced recently is going to be called City of the Dead, the publisher indicated this week.
It'll be out on PS2, Xbox and PC in spring 2006, and will be making its first appearance at E3 next week.
We were a bit confused when the game was announced unnamed and in development at Kuju earlier this year, as last August American McGee of all people (he of Alice and Oz fame) had claimed that he was doing it with Romero's blessing and Curse: The Eye of Isis developer Asylum Entertainment pushing the buttons. Apparently not though, and now the game's on its way elsewhere.