Resistance 3 Box Art And Logos Get All Stylized, Near 30 Minute Demo Hits PSN June 14th

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resistance-3-box-artThe folks over at Insomniac have revealed the box art for Resistance 3 and it’s definitely one of the more simple yet unique box art designs we have seen as of late. The graphic on the cover is a Chimeran Skull with the New York skyline depicted as its teeth. To create this unique new look they partnered with Olly Moss, a talented British artist, to create a bold vision of the Resistance 3 box art for both the North American and European territories. To go along with the box art there are several banners and logos as well.

According to Insomniac Resistance 3 isn’t a military shooter, as the United States Army and SRPA have been destroyed. Instead, Resistance 3 is about the remnants of humanity finding any way possible to survive in a brutal world. As always though, humanity will survive. The work she did with Insomniac coincides with Olly’s first art show in Hollywood at the Gallery 1988 (which runs until May 20th, if you’re in the LA-area). You can find out more info about Olly, and see more of his fantastic art, by checking out www.ollymoss.com. This is the just the beginning of the initial artwork that your going to see from Olly, his work will be used throughout the Resistance 3 campaign

They also talked about the fact that they will be dropping an exclusive early access  demo that is a nearly half-hour single-player demo on June 14th! The demo will be included on specially-marked Blu-Ray copies of the Sony Pictures sci-fi action thriller Battle: Los Angeles. The demo level is the entire boat ride sequence of the game, as Joseph Capelli and Dr. Malikov discover a flooded town infested with Chimera. Can’t wait for this demo to drop.

 

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