Over the weekend, 2K Games unveiled Spec-Ops: The Line, a "story-driven, modern military shooter" for release on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. Developed by German studio Yager, Spec-Ops: The Line will focus on an "elite Delta Force team" entering a sandstorm-ravaged version of Dubai to hunt down a rogue American officer named John Konrad. Along with the single-player campaign, Spec Ops: The Line will feature multiplayer fun too, just as you might expect from a self-respecting, modern military shooter.
"Spec Ops: The Line is the epitome of a 2K Games title and incorporates all of our gameplay values: immersive experiences that draw you in, unique and innovative features that make you rethink the way you play them, and an amazingly high quality bar that is synonymous with the 2K name," said 2K president Christoph Hartmann in a statement. "By meeting these core values, I'm confident that Spec Ops: The Line will be a great experience that people will enjoy playing for years to come."
Spec Ops: The Line is currently scheduled for release in 2K's 2011 fiscal year, which starts on November 1, 2010. We should have the teaser trailer up for you shortly, so don't miss it.