Gamers and fans of classic hip-hop, get excited, because the perfect collab for you is in the works. Rumor has it that Microsoft is currently working to bring Wu-Tang Clan to Xbox in an action-packed RPG game.
Windows Central reported that a pretty sizable data base leak revealed plans in-the-making to bring a Wu-Tang Clan-theme game for Xbox and PC sometime in the future. In the leak, a project codenamed "Shaolin" was uncovered, which has prompted further confirm speculation that RZA, Ghostface Killah, Method Man and more might be coming right to your console.
"Shaolin" is reportedly being developed under gaming studio newcomer Brass Lion Entertainment that focuses on "fictional universes that center on Black, Brown, and other traditionally marginalized characters, cultures, and stories." The studio was founded by Manveer Heir, Bryna Dabby Smith, and Rashad Redic and has a star-studded list of collaborators including Grammy Award-winning producer Just Blaze and Rise of the Black Panther writer Evan Narcisse.
As far as the Wu-Tang game, it expected to offer several dozen hours of action for up to four players. As if the game wasn't enough –– the group will reportedly be in charge of creating the game's soundtrack.
Though the studio's website confirms that they're working on an "unannounced action-RPG video game title," as with any speculation, we'll have to wait and see what actually happens.
In the meantime, check out more from Brass Lion Entertainment, including their Corner Wolves game which follows a young Afro-Latina in mid-90s Harlem, by clicking here.