Leading Eastern and Central European publisher 1C Company unveiled today its primary titles to be shown at the E3 Media & Business Summit 2007 in July. 1C is the largest publisher in Europe and plans to release all of their top games for 2007-2008 in the US through either Atari, Inc. or their own means. 1C's new lineup includes the US launch of a brand new FPS, a never-before-seen driving combat game, a classic fantasy title reimagined and a new build of our AAA shooter. These titles represent the apex of gaming entertainment from various 1C developers.

"1C recognizes that die hard gaming fans love classic titles and is pleased to bring two franchises back to life. We will continue our strong tradition of innovative gameplay and immersive storylines with our newest group of titles for 2007-2008," said Nikolay Baryshnikov, International Sales Director 1C Company. "Together with Atari, we would like to introduce our games to the American audience and invigorate multiple genres with our unique take on great gaming."

Their newest FPS is Necrovision, an intense shooter with both a combat system and a mystical spell system to help combat the realistic and fantasy enemies. Interactive elements, puzzles and huge boss battles will be the staples of this title. Joining Necrovision is the AAA action shooter, Cryostasis. Cryostasis puts players in the boots of a Meteorologist on an ice trapped freighter fighting off the frozen denezens of the ship and bitter cold. 1C is also bringing back two classic games in modern form. Death Track: Resurrection - the successor to the legendary Deathtrack, a game which is considered by many the founder of the modern combat racing genre will be drivable at E3. Also the beloved King's Bounty is back in all its RPG and turn-based combat glory. However this time it's all 3D with cutting-edge special effects, a new build will be available to play at the 1C booth. Finally the new classic XIII Century: Death or Glory where knights clash in fierce battles will be available to play as well.