The authors of Max Payne and Quantum Break talked about his next project
The Studio Remedy known for such hits as Max Payne, Alan Wake and Quantum Break. Last year the team broke the partnership with Microsoft and now announces a new project under the mysterious codename P7. The novelty will be available for multiple platforms, including PlayStation 4 – this console porting proprietary Remedy engine Northlight Engine. Earlier this month, the Finnish Studio has signed a contract with 505 Games for a joint release of a new game.
In a press release P7 described as “cinematic, third-person shooter in the universe of Remedy with an intriguing history and most in-depth game mechanics”. The teaser has left fans in anticipation of new information, but creative Director Sam lake announced some of the details.
“We are developing the idea of a strong storyline, characters and construction of the gaming universe, as we did in the past, but want to find ways to entice players to spend more time – not just to play again, and to stay for the weekend. Looking to move in this direction, but not to lose what they already have”, – told the lake.
Meanwhile, the developers do not want to reveal all the cards at once:
“We don’t want to talk about everything, as on past projects, – said the Director of communications Thomas Fluff. – We spoke too soon and everyone was waiting for a very long time – more will not do so”.
“It’s always the search path. We believe that this process of constant repetition, and when development comes to a standstill, or there are some surprises- we must change the concept, and is the key to creating a good game,” adds Sam lake.
We will remind, Remedy games are relatively short and don’t have multiplayer and this combination does not ensure easy success in the modern gaming market. However, the Studio has plans to implement a multiplayer mode in future projects. The company also plans to sell shares to strengthen financial independence. It only remains to wait for information on P7, as the game is now at an early stage of development.
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