The next game from Kiwi studio RocketWerkz will be unveiled at UK gaming expo EGX Rezzed next month.

All we know so far is that it's a game for PC.

RocketWerkz is owned by Kiwi Dean Hall, who rose to prominence after creating DayZ, a popular online survival FPS that sparked a period of enormous growth in the genre and influenced the design of games like Rust and H1Z1.

The studio is based in Dunedin, and employs 40 people, with another 60 expected to come on board by the end of the year.

"We are really keen to hear feedback from everyone at the show and Rezzed is the perfect place to show off a hardcore indie game." said Hall.

"Making a PC title is difficult at the best of times, striking that sweet spot between systems and gameplay is only something that can come from working with players directly, so where better to unveil a new project?"

Hall will also host a presentation and Q&A about the title at Rezzed, and will outline his plans for RocketWerkz.

More than 15,000 people are expected to attend EGX Rezzed which runs from March 30 to April 1 in London.

Irrational Games co-founder and Bioshock creator Ken Levine is delivering the expo's keynote address.

The debut game to emerge from RocketWerkz was a VR title for the HTC Vive called Out of Ammo, that released last September.

Shortly after its release, Hall stated that there was no money in VR development, but nonetheless announced a standalone follow-up to Out of Ammo called Death Drive to Italica.

RocketWerkz is also working on a space-based narrative MMO called Ion, which Hall announced at Microsoft's press conference at E3 in 2015.

Ion is coming "first" to PC and Xbox One, though no release date has been announced.

Hall made headlines in the mainstream media earlier this week thanks to Rocketwerkz's employee-friendly policies and his decision to cap his own salary.