Following months of uncertainty and rumors, Electronic Arts today announced its EA Partners label will publish Double Fine's third person action/adventure game Brutal Legend.The game was one of many dropped from Activision Blizzard's slate following the Vivendi - Activision merger earlier this year, and didn't officially have a home until now.
"This is awesome news!" said Double Fine Productions president Tim Schafer. "The quality and creativity of the games EA Partners has been involved with make it a perfect home for our baby, Brutal Legend. Some people were starting to wonder if the saga of Eddie Riggs would ever see the light of day, but now I think it's clear that this game, like Metal itself, cannot be killed!"
Starring Jack Black as roadie Eddie Riggs, Brutal Legend finds players in a fantasy world filled with Heavy Metal and Rock and Roll folklore. The game will be released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 next fall.
This is awesome news. Could only be made better if a pc version was annouced but we take what we can get. :)
EA are pretty supportive of the PC* so this could happen.
* see Mirrors Edge, Dead Space, Need for Speed, Red Alert 3, Spore etc