Game cancellations are an unfortunate reality of the industry, but these 10 cancelled titles looked especially promising, and we wish they were finished.
Bethesda didn’t say much about the cancellation of ‘Prey 2’, but an interview with the Human Head Studio developers shows just how far along the game got.
Bethesda is set to make a big splash with their first-ever pre-E3 press conference, and gamers are already guessing what they might reveal. Here are the games we’d like to see.
Bethesda Vice President Pete Hines confirms that ‘Prey 2’ is officially cancelled after years of troubled development.
The initial pitch for Arkane Studios’ ‘Prey 2’ has been leaked online, detailing possible gameplay mechanics, setting, characters and story.
Apparently the rumors were true: Arkane’s Austin studio is working on ‘Prey 2’, but they are headed in a complete direction with the IP and trying to make it a spiritual successor to ‘System Shock 2.’
Bethesda’s Pete Hines has confirmed rumors Arkane Studios has taken over ‘Prey 2’ development are not true, while also announcing ‘Wolfenstein: The New Order’ has been delayed.
VP of Marketing Pete Hines talks the ‘Prey 2’ radio silence, and says gamers shouldn’t be quick to judge Bethesda over a game that was ‘simply not good enough.’
With Bethesda reportedly moving ‘Prey 2’ from Human Head Studios to Arkane Studios, scrapping the current build in the process, one writer/designer of the shooter has spoken out.
We thought it was shelved indefinitely, but new reports claim ‘Prey 2’ is being handed to Arkane Studios, who will redesign the game from scratch.
Human Head Studios’ Nathan Cheever confirms that ‘Prey 2’ has not been ‘officially cancelled,’ and is currently in a state of ‘limbo.’
After a translation-gone-wrong in a recent interview, Bethesda executive Pete Hines reiterated that the troubled ‘Prey 2’ has not been cancelled. From our perspective, though, the picture still looks pretty bleak.
Things aren’t looking good for ‘Prey 2,’ as the game has been removed from Bethesda’s product lineup. After months of silence, we’re hoping the game hasn’t been cancelled.
Though a statement from Bethesda earlier today was meant to give ‘Prey 2’ fans hope, more news regarding the situation paints a conflict-filled picture.
The good news is that ‘Prey 2’ is not being canceled and is instead being delayed until sometime next year. The bad news is that development may not be going too well.
Despite looking promising, ‘Prey 2’ has reportedly been cancelled – with more information from Bethesda en route next week.
With so many high profile video games releasing this year, what should you look forward to seeing in 2012? Read on to find out our 25 most anticipated games of the year.