Polish game development studio Bloober Team have a very cool looking video game in the works for an unspecified platform.

The game is called “Medium” and was earlier rumoured to be in development for Wii U. A few months since those rumours swirled the Internet, however, Bloober has updated their website with a little more hints at what we’re going to expect from the game.

Firstly, the game is certainly a horror game. The website now shows a short clip of a man, standing in a street. The screen flashes and a ghost appears in what seems to now be a post-apocalyptic world. The man has a glowing thingy on his chest both before and after the change of scenery.

Also of note in the clip is the word “rev” that flashes up almost subliminally. If this were 7 years ago, we’d assume it would mean the game is in development for Wii, which was then known as “Revolution” before its release.


Further, Bloober’s own website has now been adored with a bunch of game console logos. The Wii U logo is absent, however PlayStation Vita, PlayStation Portable, WiiWare, DSiWare, Xbox 360 and Xbox live are all there, including PlayStation Network, Apple and Windows. “Mini S” (whatever that is) is also included in the list this developer supports.

So my money is on a PlayStation Vita game. We contacted Bloober for comment back in June when we first came across the website, they simply replied with;

“I am sorry – I can’t answer your questions – we only know half so far”.

We’ve since reached out again to see if there have been any updates and will let you know if we learn anything new.

Check out the website and let us know what your thoughts are below!

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