Hunted: The Demon’s Forge announced


In a press release today, we announced we’ll be publishing Hunted: The Demon’s Forge — currently under development by inXile Entertainment. Below is a snippet from the release.

Bethesda Softworks®, a ZeniMax® Media company, today announced that it will publish Hunted: The Demon’s Forgeâ„¢, a third-person co-op fantasy action game. Hunted is being developed at inXile Entertainment for the Xbox 360®video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Games for Windows.

inXile entertainment was founded in 2002 by industry veteran Brian Fargo. During his distinguished tenure in the video game business, Fargo has been behind some of the greatest fantasy game franchises of all time including The Bard’s Tale®, Baldur’s Gate®, and Fallout®. Hunted‘s development is being overseen by Fargo while Michael “Maxx” Kaufman serves as the game’s Director. Previously, Kaufman served as Art Director on such titles as Kingpinâ„¢: Life of Crimeâ„¢, Redneck Rampage and the award-winning Return to Castle Wolfenstein® at Gray Matter.

“We are thrilled to be working with Bethesda Softworks on this upcoming release that takes us back to our roots,” said Brian Fargo, Founder of inXile Entertainment. “Bethesda’s track record speaks for itself and the game we are developing for them is no exception.”

“inXile has an extremely talented team and we couldn’t be more pleased to have them working on one of our upcoming titles,” said Vlatko Andonov, President of Bethesda Softworks.  “We believe gamers will be really excited about what these guys have in store for them.”

When we have more details to share on Hunted, we’ll let you know here at Bethesda Blog. Stay tuned!

Reader Comments

  1. That’s great I loved The Bard’s Tale, Baldur’s Gate, and the Fallout series! All three have inspired me in so many ways. It’s because games like the before mentioned I decided to choose my career in illustration and I’m doing great. I’m a big fan and I’ve come to expect big things from Bethesda, don’t let us down guys!

  2. Looks interesting. The art direction is maybe a little too Conan the Barbarian for my tastes, but I’m digging the whole oldschool dungeon crawl concept.

    Will it be compatible with the PlayStation Move?