Bigben announces Blood Bowl III and more in new sizzle reel

Publisher Bigben’s might be a name you’ve heard a lot lately. With the near future that they have on the horizon, you might well get used to it.

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A few years ago, you might not have had a clue who Bigben was. That’s certainly changed though, as the independent video game publisher has seriously upped its game.

The Sinking City alone is a title that we’re pretty pumped for here at BG, which presents the Cthulhu mythos as an action-oriented, detective affair. We’ve been following it for a while and will have more for you on it closer to release next month.

Add to that Warhammer: Chaosbane, which we previewed here, and you have some intriguing games coming up in short order. Those titles aren’t the only things that Bigben has on tap though. As this week’s sizzle reel reveals, there’s quite a bit to get pumped for.

That includes a little something from almost every genre, the highly anticipated Vampire: The Masquerade, and Blood Bowl III. Vampire is set to have a fuller reveal this coming August at Gamescom, but Blood Bowl III is a little more of a mystery.

All we know right now is that the game will be timed to coincide with the newly reinvented tabletop version from Games Workshop. Both will see release some time in 2020. Bigben says that there will be more to come in the months ahead on it, so stay tuned.

The company also adds that they’re looking to turn themselves into the top AA publisher in the next “3 to 5 years”, so it’s probably smart to expect to hear quite a bit more from them sooner than later.

Here’s that look at what’s to come:

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