Housemarque teases Dead Nation successor for PlayStation 4

"You may be looking for a another zombie shooter from Housemarque."

Housemarque is teasing a successor to Dead Nation, its 2010-released PlayStation 3 zombie shooter, for PlayStation 4.

“You may be looking for a another zombie shooter from Housemarque,” said studio self-publishing boss Mikael Haveri in a video titled ‘A very special message for the Dead Nation fans.’

“But the next one is not going to have zombies in it. But it’s going to have a lot of cool things, like explosions and space.”

Haveri proceeds to show a trailer for Resogun, its PlayStation 4 launch shooter and spiritual successor to Super Stardust HD.

The video ends, and he continues, “Resogun, our newest title for the PS4. And actually, we do have another title coming out for the PS4—”

At that point, he is attacked by a zombie, cutting off his closing words.

Oh, Housemarque, you tease!

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