Capcom's announced a new action title for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, 'Remember Me', due for release in May, 2013.
The game is being developed by new French studio Dontnod entertainment, which was set up by Oskar Guilbert, former head of developer relations at Criterion Games', sci-fi writer Alain Damasio and art director Aleksi Briclot, who has previously worked with Wizards of the Coast.
Remember Me is a futuristic action title set in Neo-Paris in the year 2084. According to Capcom gameplay focuses on the buying and selling of memories and features a mix of melee combat and Uncharted-esque platforming.
The official blurb reads: "Take on the role of Nilin, a former elite memory hunter with the ability to break into people's minds and steal or even alter their memories. Arrested, and with her memory wiped clean Nilin must now set out on a mission to rediscover her identity."
The title was first shown at GamesCom last year as 'Adrift' with the following description: "Augmented reality and manipulation memorial took control of people's lives. You can now buy, sell or exchange its own memories. The last barriers of intimacy fell in line with the rise of social networks and geolocation at the beginning of XXI century.
"The control society, accepted by the citizens themselves, in exchange for a few technological benefits, is now a reality that nobody takes the trouble to challenge. This economy is not memory without giving immense power and uncontrollable a handful of people..."
Last year's reveal was accompanied by a concept art gallery and video. Take a look at both below.