UK independent developer Kuju has signed up with publisher Ghostlight for a next-gen game built with Epic's Unreal Engine.

Ghostlight-published Kuju game to use Unreal

The game, a first world war shooter, is in development at Kuju’s Sheffield studio and is called To End All Wars, according to a report in today’s edition of MCV, Develop’s weekly sister publication.

"With the experience and knowledge of the Kuju Sheffield team tied in to the quality of the Unreal Engine 3 technology, we are certain the game will not only look incredibly realistic but will be one of the most atmospheric and engrossing games ever released on next-gen platforms," Ghostlight’s head of sales Sam Collins told MCV.

"To say Kuju Sheffield and Ghostlight are excited by this game is a huge understatement."

To End All Wars is due for release next year.

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