Development on Horizon’s multiplayer adaptation of Guerrilla represents a “massive change” for the studio “almost at the same level as before. [game in the series]”. she is According to the studio director Jan-Bart van Beek, who was speaking in a keynote address at the Develop:Brighton conference in the UK earlier today.
The veteran, surprisingly, wouldn’t comment too much on the co-op game, but said the team is excited about the project and relishing the opportunity: “Creating a two-player experience is a whole new challenge for the studio. is,” he expressed.
Van Beek added that the Dutch developer has about 16 “plans” to “click” for the franchise, including the aforementioned multiplayer game. There was talk of some sort of MMO in partnership with South Korean studio NCSoft, but it’s unclear if it’s in active production. Either way, we consider “projects” here to also mean various non-game projects, including upcoming Netflix shows.
Technically, there have already been two New Horizons releases this year only: PSVR2 The launch title is Horizon: Call of the Mountain and the DLC expansion Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores. It doesn’t look like Sony will be putting the brakes on this new franchise anytime soon, then — nor should it, as it’s become a huge seller for the Japanese giant.
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