Brig 12 Aims to Bring a 'Fresh Take on Classic Turn-Based RPGs'

Brig 12 is an upcoming RPG from Traega Entertainment, a Nashville studio filled with veterans from Blizzard, EA, Riot and Ubisoft. The game is being designed to be a "fresh take on classic turn-based RPGs" by allowing players to progress their characters through a card collection system. Brig 12 will be launching as a free-to-play title in August for PC via Steam.

Free-to-Play Sci-Fi RPG BRIG 12 Announced for PC

Traega Entertainment has announced its first game, a free-to-play science fiction RPG, BRIG 12, for Windows PC. It will launch in August. 

BRIG 12 Out of this World Bounty Hunting, Card Collecting RPG by Traega Entertainment Heading to PC

Veteran Team’s First Title is a New Take on Classic Turn-Based RPGs with Style; Set for a Truly Rockin’ Free to Play Launch this August.

Game veteran starts Traega Entertainment in Nashville

Traega Entertainment is coming out today as a new independent game studio started by veteran game developers.

Dax Hock, who formerly worked at games such as Dreamfall: The Longest Journey and Anarchy Online at Funcom, has assembled a team of game developers to work at an independent studio in Nashville, Tennessee.

Traega Sets Up Shop in Nashville

Upstart studio with veteran talent working on tactical card-collecting RPG for launch next year.

Nashville is known for music more than games, but one new indie is hoping to turn Music City's creative energy toward game development. Traega Entertainment today announced it has set up shop in Nashville and intends to release its first project, a tactical RPG with card collecting mechanics, sometime next year.

New studio Traega Entertainment settles in Nashville

A new studio setting up isn’t always newsworthy, but there’s some real talent behind it. Founder Dax Hock has limited experience, working in QA for several years at Funcom, but his team has some impressive credits to their name. Senior programmer David Ollman worked on Ashes of Empire and Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks while director of technology Martin Livesey has worked on Company of Heroes 2 and Star Wars: Rebellion. Meanwhile, head of marketing and business development Michael Micholic has worked on various brand management roles at Ubisoft, with work on Far Cry, Prince of Persia and Rayman.