Earlier this year, developer Arkane Studios and publisher Bethesda suggested that a stealth-action series, Dishonored, was “resting.” While this matter doesn’t prove anything some-more than that momentarily a group isn’t operative on anything associated to a series, some took it as reduction than approach approach of observant a array is being suspended for a foreseeable future.
And this wouldn’t be really surprising. Despite a initial dual games being vast vicious successes, they both unsuccessful to light a universe on glow in terms of sales. However, while we wouldn’t censure Bethesda and co. for not returning to a series, clamp boss of PR and marketing, Pete Hines, has serve elucidated on what it means that a array is “resting.”
“Look, Arkane has dual studios, they’re operative on a series of things. That’s no opposite than Todd Howard saying, ‘I’m gonna make a Fallout diversion and afterwards I’m gonna make Starfield before we go behind to TES6’,” pronounced Hines while vocalization to Metro. “He didn’t contend I’m never creation another… there’s like, ‘We have an thought for another thing here, we have an thought for another there’.”
“We are a business, we are perplexing to make income so we’re doing things that we consider are smart. We’re doing things we consider people will wish and will be successful. And it’s gonna continue to be a mix.”
It appears Hines is observant that there simply isn’t an thought for another Dishonored diversion during a moment, and that there is no large sales pushing a need for an idea. In other words, if there is an idea, that Bethesda thinks is good, it will return. But for now, Arkane Studios is focusing on other things.
Now a doubt is possibly or not a studio is going to be focusing on Prey going brazen or take a gash during something else. Like Dishonored, Prey didn’t light a universe on glow with sales, yet it wasn’t accurately a disaster either. However, distinct Dishonored, Prey wasn’t utterly as zodiacally praised by critics. So we will see some-more Prey? I’m not sure, though my tummy says no. Yet, all of a post-launch DLC support maybe suggests otherwise. So, who knows.