Ben Borthwick by on Jul 4, 2019

People Can Fly’s CEO would be up for a Bulletstorm sequel

People Can Fly's Bulletstorm is making its way to the Switch later this summer, but ever since the game's original release in 2011 there's been calls for a sequel. Today CEO Sebastian Wojciechowski has said the studio would at some point, be potentially up for one.

Speaking to Eurogamer, Wojciechowski said that the developer was 'Still holding this IP deep in our hearts' evidenced by the upcoming Switch version and recent Full Clip remaster on Xbox One and PS4. 'We want this IP to have its second life. We're still not sure what that means but obviously since this is our IP – we own the IP – and the IP is known and has its fans, we would like to do something about it.'

However, he stopped short of promising a new chapter in Grayson's adventures entirely, saying 'There are no immediate plans to come back to this IP, taking into consideration our current effort on Outriders, but if we think about PCF in the longer-run, then obviously it would be awesome to come back to this IP. We just need to think about how to make sure the audience will be bigger than [Bulletstorm 1's], and that's something we would need to work a bit more on going forward with this IP.' 

Outriders, in case you'd forgotten, is the new three-play co-operative shooter from People Can Fly in conjunction with Square Enix, which was revealed at E3 last month and is set to launch sometime in 2020. There's more information on that over here.


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