Treatment, the developer behind Control, Alan Wake, and the primary two Max Payne video games, now has no fewer than 4 recreation tasks in numerous levels of improvement. We have already heard some particulars on three of them, however now the studio has revealed that an "as-yet-unannounced recreation challenge" is within the works. This unannounced recreation is getting into pre-production, as CEO Tero Virtala tells buyers in a financial statement. The sport will use the Northlight engine - the identical Treatment tech which powered Quantum Break and Management. The studio calls Northlight a "storytelling engine" on its official site, and the tech's previous utilization definitely suggests it is made for cinematic video games - although on no account is that this a affirmation of a totally single-player recreation. Treatment's different standalone venture is Vanguard, a foray into multiplayer video games which "combines long-term service-based multiplayer experiences with a few of Treatment’s distinctive recreation options," and doesn't use Northlight. Vanguard has been discussed publicly for almost two years, nevertheless it appears this challenge can also be simply now getting into pre-production.