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Developers from AMA Studios and Appeal, the team responsible for the 1999 PC game Outcast, have started a new studio called Daoka, based in Belgium. Daoka has been working on a game for two years already, set to launch on next-gen consoles in the "near future."

The team will also work on games in the Outcast franchise. The original developers of Outcast – Yann Robert, Franck Sauer and Yves Grolet – recently bought the IP from Atari for a "revival of the franchise," and they are working with Daoka to make this happen.

Outcast is a sci-fi adventure set in the distant, wild future of 2007, starring former Navy SEAL Cutter Slade as he travels with a group of scientists to another dimension to stop a black hole from forming. You know, the sort of stuff that happens all the time in the 21st century.

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Belgian games industry veterans reveal their new studio.



Gosselies, Belgium, August 1, 2013 – Games industry veterans reveal "Daoka", their new development studio located in Belgium.

The new studio is the fusion of AMA Studios S.A. and former key people from Appeal S.A., the Belgian development house that created Outcast.

Daoka will soon reveal an exciting new project that the studio has been working on over the last two years, due to release in the near future on next gen console. Our new studio will also work on games related to the Outcast franchise. The rights to this much loved IP have recently been purchased by the games original authors who now continue to work and collaborate with us at Daoka.

Our studio is a worker cooperative and is run democratically. This creates ideal conditions for creative individuals to thrive and contributes toward our common goal : delivering great games that are fun for players!

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