Digital Extremes & n-Space RPG Plans

Digital Extremes announces they will be announcing a new role-playing game being crated by n-Space one week from today, though they offer an intriguing hint for now, saying this will be set "within a world-renowned fantasy franchise." They also say this will be released this year, and will feature developers from familiar RPG franchises:
In a show of total commitment to the unannounced RPG, n-Space has recruited top industry talent, including the director of Dragon Age™: Origins and key contributors from the Neverwinter Nights© and Baldur’s Gate© RPG series. The n-Space team has nearly two years of self-funded development invested into this title, their first independent game project. Utilizing both their vast experience creating high-profile game franchises and veteran creative talent with success in nearly every game genre, n-Space is driven to realize this new development initiative and is firmly committed to delivering an innovative and entertaining RPG in 2015.
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When did announcing an announcement become a thing? And why are media sites jumping on it?
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So DE is making it and n-Space is packing it in a crate?
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including the director of Dragon Age™: Origins - Do they have a name?
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Just friggin announce it already. Given the games of both companies my hopes are not remotely high on it being something good anyway.

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