The studio known for Dante's controversial makeover is going to be unveiling its upcoming titles, along with some of its canceled ones, at this year's European Game Developers Conference.

According to OXM UK, Tameem Antoniades, co-founder of Ninja Theory, will reveal his company's future projects at this year's GDC Europe. The conference is scheduled to happen August 11-13 in Cologne, Germany. GDC Europe's official event site announced Ninja Theory's upcoming plans of revealing both its past and its future.

"The session will detail the 14-year journey of Ninja Theory, creators of standout titles like Heavenly Sword, Enslaved: Journey To The West, and DmC: Devil May Cry, including the sacrifices and concessions made by the studio to stay in the game," the event site reads. "Footage of unreleased games, the reason why they didn't go to market, and the specific sales-related decisions that led to their demise will be discussed in detail."

Ninja Theory caught a lot of negative light to its 2013 reboot of Devil May Cry, especially in regards to its character designs. Regardless of what people may say of their character designs, DmC and Enslaved both played quite well, and we're still excited to see Ninja Theory's upcoming projects.