Dead Space and Army of Two studio Visceral Games appears to be working on an unannounced next-gen shooter for PS4 and the next Xbox.
The news comes via the CV of artist Jehan Choo, who apparently worked as a senior concept artist on an "upcoming next-gen shooter" at Visceral earlier this year.
Noting a short stint at the studio from January to March 2013 in the online CV - spotted by superannuation - Choo claims to have worked on "pre-vis environments, mood pieces, and texture work for a PS4/Xbox 720 title".
While its unclear if there's any relation, Visceral is one of three EA studios - along with BioWare and DICE - confirmed to be working on Star Wars titles after the publisher signed a multi-year deal with Disney in May 2013 to secure the exclusive rights to the development and global publishing of new Star Wars games.
Although no specific titles have been announced, EA has said its new Star Wars games will be powered by the Frostbite 3 game engine, which will make its debut as the tech behind DICE's Battlefield 4.
Should the mystery game be Star Wars related, you should not expect confirmation any time soon; EA has said it's "not planning" to release a Star Wars game in its fiscal year 2014, which ends March 31, 2014.