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Sweidsh developer to create new game based on Robert Ludlum book

EA signs Starbreeze for Bourne

European studio Starbreeze has made a real name for itself working on licences like The Darkness and Riddick – and looks set to grow that reputation further via a deal with EA.

The studio has been signed by the publisher to make a game based on the Jason Bourne books by Robert Ludlum (books that also inspired the series of films staring Matt Damon).

And it seems this is the second deal for the two – the studio was already working on a reboot of a popular games franchise for EA, a deal announced at GDC last year.

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