Spiders’s latest RPG GreedFall will reportedly hark back to some of the genre’s most beloved titles.

Speaking to Wccftech recently, the studio’s CEO Jehanne Rousseau dropped one particularly appealing statement about the style of the project, comparing it to the past efforts of BioWare:

“We are developing this because we love the type of game. There aren’t that many studios doing this type of games today. I mean, even BioWare have stopped doing it and I’m very sad because it’s what I like to play the most.”

Rousseau is most likely referring to Anthem in hinting at BioWare’s shift in focus, suggesting that GreedFall will more resemble Mass Effect, Dragon Age, or even Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. However, the scale may not be comparable, as Spiders has only around 40 people actively working on GreedFall.

Rousseau went on to add that the team aims to be “generous” with the amount and nature of content available to players. A part of that mission is a reactive world, where interactions and relationships change depending on the way that players complete missions.

This new information comes in conjunction with news that the game will have similar systems to Spiders’s previous effort The Technomancer.

GreedFall is currently without a release date, but is expected to arrive some time in 2019 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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