Three years later, Sega racing studio returns.
Sega has announced the opening of a new studio in Solihull, meant to be dedicated to development of next-generation platforms.
The reports are that the studio is working on a title for the PlayStation Vita.
Production head, Gary Dunn said: "It’s going to be a PS Vita game that absolutely uses many features of the hardware to the max, and gives you some truly innovative gaming opportunities not seen before," according to Develop.
Dunn said the team members are veterans from the Sega Racing Studio that was sold to Codemasters in 2008. The newly opened studio hopes to stay a smaller outfit, with 15 staff members.