The RPG game Two Worlds for PC and Xbox 360 gained little traction to gameplay issues and technical shortcomings. But developer Reality Pump is intent on turning what was originally going to be an expansion pack to Two Worlds into a full-fledged sequel. And the company mentioned something interesting in its press release for their new title.
The press release specified that Two Worlds II was coming to the “PC, Mac and Next-Gen consoles.” Though their use of the term “next-gen” seems a bit outdated, it does seem to specify that the game is coming to PS3 and Xbox 360, but not the Nintendo Wii. When asked about this careful wording, publisher Zuxxez responded with the following:
“Unfortunately we can’t tell you the exact platforms right now. We will publish the formats as soon as possible! Nevertheless, the release dates will all be the same.”
Despite the lackluster performance of the original title, the team is enthusiastic about the inroads they’ve made, and are determined to give players a high quality gaming experience this time around. The Executive Producer of Two Worlds II, Alexandra Constandache, stated:
“We intentionally opted for a completely independent game with radical new technology. This was the only way to ensure that we harness the enormous potential and experience gained from the making of the first Two Worlds project – and make full use of the further technical development of internal Reality Pump tools that has been on-going since the first Two Worlds was developed.”
“This new release window gives us enough time to systematically implement both our own requirements and the feedback of the Two World fans, enabling us to create a breathtaking RPG experience.”
We’ll have to wait for official confirmation of a PS3 release, but until then stick with PlayStation LifeStyle for all your gaming news.