Too Human has had a troubled development, but it will finally arrive in the UK on August 29 (August 19 in the US). This is all well and good, but what about the next two games in the planned trilogy? Speaking to VideoGamer.com at a recent press event in London Dyack confirmed that the plan is still to make a trilogy of games and that the next game won't take so long to complete.
"It's certainly going to be faster than the first game. The whole idea of doing the trilogy was it was meant for the 360. Plans are still on track, nothing has changed." stated Dyack. "We're not announcing anything on the second or third game here. We're here to talk about the first. But people should be fairly happy at the development process from here on in. There won't be any more engine re-writes or anything like that. So it should be a lot smoother waters."
When asked if gamers will face a massive wait for the second game in the Too Human Trilogy Dyack replied with a very firm "No, it should not be". How soon we'll see the sequel remains to be seen, especially as Too Human promises to deliver DLC to bolster the retail release post release.
Head elsewhere on the site for our full interview with Denis Dyack where he talks about everything from the quality of the game to the harsh reception it's received online.