UPDATE 10.15PM GMT: Robotoki founder Robert Bowling has posted a video showing all of the stuff, he told us, he never got to show. It's below.
Eurogamer's resident survival game fan Ian Higton has his eyes on some brand new extreme adventures for 2015. So, after scouring deep space to the deep sea and everywhere in between, he's put together a list of the five survival titles he's most looking forward to in the coming year.
Human Element - the upcoming ambitious post-apocalyptic survival game headed by ex-Infinity Ward creative strategist Robert Bowling - has revealed that it's not going to be a free-to-play game, as was the original plan when it signed a publishing deal with Nexon.
Ex-Infinity Ward creative strategist Robert Bowling has confirmed that the Ouya-exclusive prequel to his upcoming survival game, Human Element, has been cancelled.
This is what happens when you try to rob Robert Bowling, former Infinity Ward creative strategist and community manager and now president of Human Element developer Robotoki.
Update: Many of you voiced concern over the size of Robotoki in the comments. We followed up with Bowling for clarification. Here is his official response:
"I saw the concerns, happily they're unfounded and all rooted in one post by a Twitter user who posted such claims."
"Robotoki is new indie development start up, registered in Los Angeles county California with our first project Human Element in pre-production phases of development. The core eight-persons staff of Robotoki have all been focused on writing and securing tech, however with full production beginning on the Human Element prequels for Ouya this month, that focus and staff will drastically expand over the course of the following six months, however writing will always be a main priority throughout development. Anyone interest in applying at Robotoki or with questions regarding employment, they can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org."
UPDATE: Ouya has unveiled its controller with prototype images.
Ex-Call of Duty dev Robert Bowling has announced his upcoming next-gen game Human Element will release episodic content exclusive to Ouya leading up to the game's launch in 2015 on next gen consoles, PC, mobile and tablets.
This is the first game exclusively announced for the crowdsourced Android platform.
Developed by Bowling's recently founded studio Robotoki, Human Element is an action-RPG set in the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse. The game will feature cross-platform play and utilise GPS tracking in its handheld forms.