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Robotoki, the new game development studio formed by Infinity Ward's Robert Bowling, has announced plans to release its first game, the zombie-themed Human Element, for release in 2015.
Robert Bowling, who abruptly left his position as creative strategist at Infinity Ward, has announced he is launching a new self-funding game development studio, Robotoki.