While this has been their exclusive focus in that time, the developer appears to be hiring a second team for a completely new and original IP.These job listings have descriptions that have provided us with some interesting information as well, including that this will be a completely new and original IP.
Larian Studios' Swen Vincke spoke at this week's London-based EGX Rezzed conference, with the topic of conversation being Divinity: Original Sin II and "how the team plans to overcome the challenges of giving multiple players pen-&-paper like freedom in a story-driven RPG." The entire session was recorded and uploaded to YouTube, and has been included in a lengthy session round-up on Eurogamer.
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When Cartoon Network announced that it was giving The Powerpuff Girls the revival treatment, I was skeptical.But did doing that really warrant an entirely new show, one without its creator or original voice cast on board?
The producer of the upcoming Resident Evil 2 remake has told VideoGamer.It isn't yet known whether the Resident Evil 2 Remake will feature the fixed camera angles of the original game, or the third-person view adopted by the later Resident Evil 4, 5 and 6.
I could see us hiring up to 70 more people to support that game, not counting other roles in the studio.We had about 70 developers on the original Titanfall and we currently have about 90 working on the sequel.
The jury is still out on whether Resident Evil fans will fully embrace the change to first-person view suggested by the seventh episode in the series.However, a PC modder has taken the opportunity to give us a look into what the original entry would look like if we changed its camera perspective to this new style.
Despite recent reports suggesting that Crash Bandicoot N.Now, they have posted a new tweet that reads, “To clarify our earlier post, it will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro first.
A recent survey shared by Ubisoft seems to indicate that it might not be all over for the future of Assassin’s Creed in Hollywood.While the project seems to be in a very early stage, it seems like Ubisoft is not giving up on the film series just yet.
The PS4 games that PlayStation Plus subscribers will get in the month of March seem to have leaked, thanks to a flyer found in a French store.The games would be Tearaway Unfolded and Disc Jam, and they would be available for European countries and North America.