That certainly fits in with what we'd expect from numerous folks behind Hearthstone, and all expectations are now focused on this being a Marvel-licensed card game.
As revealed via a new video and blog post on Second Dinner's website, Brode and the rest of the team announced that they're now creating a project associated with Marvel. Second Dinner, as the studio are named, don't say anything about what the game is but it's probably a card game, no?
For those of you who don't know your Spider-Man from your Spiderman, I'll point out that Ong's string of adjectives drops heavy hints that Second Dinner's Marvel game will include Aquaman, Swamp Thing, Krypto, and Midnighter.
No title or timeframe for the game have been announced.
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As well as the office move, Second Dinner are looking to build their team up to 10-15 people with the help of a $30m minority investment from Netease.
Second Dinner has secured $30 million in funding from Chinese tech giant NetEase, though the developers specifically note that they have "complete creative control" over this project and any others moving forward. They're now working on an unannounced Marvel game which the team describes as "a kernel of a fun idea" that they've been playtesting an early prototype of.
Marvel Games executive vice president Jay Ong said he's worked with them for years and they are "exactly who we want making Marvel games". Both left developer Blizzard Entertainment about eight months ago.
A new announcement for his own company, Second Dinner, soon followed.
"I'm just excited they're out of my house", said Mrs. Brode. "Or Mighty! Or quite possibly all of the above!"