Sumo Digital, the British studio behind titles such as Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing or Virtua Tennis 2009, seems to be working on an unannounced triple A project.

Sumo is actually developing the Xbox 360 version of Forza Horizon 2 and co-developing Little Big Planet 3, but at the same time they are hiring staff for a mysterious project that will use Unreal Engine 4, as we can see in the job offer they posted:

We have an exciting Senior Systems/Render Programmer opportunity working in Unreal 4 on a large, undisclosed AAA project currently in pre-production.

We are currently welcoming speculative senior level applications for UE4 Specialist Shader/Technical Artists, Environment Modellers, VFX Artists and UI/UX/3D Motion Graphics Artists. Contractor/Freelance and permanent applications will be considered.

Personally, I love Sumo developed games like the Sonic & Sega All-Star Racing and its sequel, and I’m quite interested in this project, and even more if it’s built in Unreal Engine 4, meaning that it will come, at least, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC.

Via | Nirolak