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Starbreeze's new project Storm is "Payday in Space"

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Starbreeze is working on a new shooter project called Storm but very little is known about it, until now. According to an investor's report, Storm is essentially described as "Payday in Space".

This little nugget was found from the Swedish write-up of their financial report which is publicly available. Courtesy of Google Translation sorcery, Swedish is decipherable.

Next Payday may feature 'cops vs. robbers' mode

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Game director David Goldfarb has teased that his studio might include a versus mode in the next Payday sequel, which missed out on in Payday 2 as the "core focus is not versus" but co-op.

They made a lot of "ambitious and risky" decisions for Payday 2, but it came out on time because they didn't wander off the beaten path. They might risk it next time.

Wolfpack DLC now available for Payday: The Heist

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Sony Online Entertainment has announced that the new Wolfpack premium downloadable content is now available for Overkill Software's multiplayer bank robbery FPS Payday: The Heist. The Wolfpack DLC includes new heists, new tactics, advanced gameplay and bigger payouts.

Free "Mercy Hospital" DLC now available for Payday: The Heist

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The special Left 4 Dead-themed level for Payday: The Heist is now available as downloadable content. "Mercy Hospital" ties in with the zombie apocalypse co-op game by taking place in the same hospital level from the game, but before the outbreak.

Starbreeze set to bring "something unique and new" with P13, "never going" F2P

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Mikael Nermark of Starbreeze, the studio that brought us Syndicate and Chronicles of Riddick, says their latest project P13 has left fans "very surprised" they're behind this new game.

It will deliver something "unique and new to the table" in gaming terms. Also the CEO says Starbreeze are "never going to do free-to-play" as it's costly and hard to "cater to everyone".

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