Looks like Too Human developer Silicon Knights has joined Remedy in developing games for the next generation of consoles. In a recent interview with GamesIndustry, the head of the company Denis Dyack offered a few intriguing hints at what his company’s next project could be. Earlier this month Dyack said a sequel to 2002’s fantastically terrifying Eternal Darkness was a possibility, saying it’s one of their most requested games.
Now that the studio has moved onto a project for the next generation of consoles, Dyack again teased fans by saying “We’re really excited and we’re working on our next generation stuff. We’re working on an IP that’s our most requested and we’re really excited about that.” Could Eternal Darkness 2 be in the works? If it is, then based on the company’s relationship with Nintendo — Eternal Darkness was a GameCube exclusive — there’s a chance its sequel could come to the Wii U. Toss Adam an email, or follow him on Twitter and Bloody Disgusting
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