Stuart Black's "exciting new story-driven WWII shooter" will be called Enemy Front, publisher City Interactive announced today. The game will be powered by CryEngine 3 and will launch on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC with an expected 2012 release date.

Hopefully, Enemy Front ends up having a happier legacy than Black's previous two high-profile projects: Black and Bodycount. Criterion Games kept on driving with car games after Black left the studio following Black's cool reception. And then there's Bodycount, which Black bailed on before production ended, and had a bodycount that included the game's reviews and the studio itself.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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