"high action, visceral titles" which are "heavily focused on online" in development at the studio.
They're "boringly" being kept under wraps as with "most nascent projects" - meaning even the tease has to be kept highly vague. Ruffian wants more coders!
"Since completing Ruffians first born, Crackdown 2, we’ve now moved onto a couple of new games. Rather boringly as is the case for most nascent projects we’re unable to talk about them in any detail right now," the Ruffian Games team.
"What we can say is they’re really exciting, high action, visceral titles that are heavily focussed on online." The Scotland-based studio also with a "range of skills to help in our ongoing mission to Ruffiate the games industry."
Crackdown 2 released exclusively on Xbox 360 to high acclaim and sales. Original Crackdown developer Realtime Worlds has since collapsed after their MMO fail.