Remedy Entertainment, the developer behind Microsoft exclusives Alan Wake and Quantum Break, may bring its next game to the PlayStation 4, if the company’s latest comments are to be believed.
In a recent press release celebrating the developer’s financial success, spurred by the sales of Quantum Break, the company revealed that it is currently at work on a new project codenamed P7. Accompanying this announcement was the revelation that in order to bring the game to “a wider range of platforms,” the developer’s bespoke Northlight engine is being adapted to work on PS4 hardware.
Unfortunately, no further details of P7 were revealed, but the studio’s heritage suggests that it will most likely be another innovative story-driven action adventure.
While this latest development may indicate the potential for Quantum Break to jump platform at some point in the future, that is unlikely given the game was published by Microsoft Game Studios.
In addition to P7, Remedy is also working alongside Korean publisher Smilegate on CrossFire 2, the sequel to the massively popular free-to-play online FPS, for which it is creating the story mode.
OnlySP’s Nick Calandra reviewed Quantum Break on its release last year, scoring it 7.9/10 and calling Remedy’s decision to make a linear adventure in the current climate a “risk [that] paid off,” and saying that “while the game isn’t by any means perfect, it’s innovative.”
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