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Project: Mara
Project: Mara

Ninja Theory Announces Project: Mara

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Ninja Theory is not only working on The Project Insight, as today Xbox Wire has announced that Project: Mara is also being produced at Ninja Theory’s HQ. This experimental title will explore new ways of storytelling.

The first details about Project: Mara tells that an upcoming game will be “real-world” and a grounded representation of mental terror. It will be based on lived experience accounts and in-depth research. The developer plans recreate the horrors of the mind as accurately and realistically as possible.

Ninja Theory has been working closely with DR. Paul Fletcher, Psychiatrist and Professor of Health Neuroscience at University of Cambridge. The collaboration of the Doctor Fletcher lead Hellblade: Senuas’s Sacrifice to win multiple awards, including a Royal College of Psychiatrist award for the most accurate depiction of Psycosis in any media.

The collaboration between Dr. Paul Fletcher and Ninja Theory’s co-founder and Creative Director has continued, an ambitious R&D project called The Project Insight is being produced at the moment.

Ninja Theory in the trailer of the new Project: Mara seems also to be benefiting on the collaboration between science, game development and the latest technology. The project will use photo-realistic graphics to deliver a perfect experience.

Take a look at the teaser trailer down below:

Ninja Theory became part of Xbox Game Studios back in 2018, and they’re focusing on various projects. The Insight Project, a multiplayer brawler called Bleeding Edge is being developed right now, also Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II for the Xbox Series X. According to the developer “these projects will continue to drive our development goals for the next few years and will help shape Ninja Theory’s vision for our future.”

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