Twisted Metal Reboot Changed Developer
According to sources close to Twisted Metal, the rumoured Twisted Metal reboot was reportedly switched from the developer of Destruction ALLSTARS to a “recently purchased” first-party PlayStationStudio.
Funny enough, the Twisted Metal TV series was announced before rumours of a reboot began to swirl. This is due to Sony’s new strategy of diversifying its offerings to customers. Jeff Grubb, an industry insider, suggested that the company is trying to align its game releases and its TV series releases to maximize the potential audience for these properties. This is a good guess and suggests that The Last Of Us HTML5 remake will arrive at the same time, or that the company will announce the next Uncharted title riding on the coattails from the movie with Tom Holland.
Lucid Games is responsible for Destruction ALLSTARS, a colourful vehicular combat game that was released in February last year. It was available on PlayStation Plus at the time, and I enjoyed the game’s art style and the variety of game modes. However, I wasn’t interested enough in other games.
The game began to struggle a month after its release. Bots were taking over the lobbies and an average of four hours per player playing the game. This is a shame and Firesprite Studio claims that Twisted Metal’s reboot was given to them. Push Square
You will recognize the name of the developer in sci-fi-spook-a_thon the Persistence, and the new Horizon Call of the Mountain title for the PlayStation VR2. Sony has not yet announced the reboot. It appears that the time is not yet right for Destruction Stars there is a significant update its way. To make them more accessible, the menus and user interfaces are being redesigned. Visuals during matches can no longer blur into the background, which could cause players to miss important information. The Recognition system is also getting a “substantial” overhaul.