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While there are no immediate plans on a potential revival, People Can Fly wouldn’t mind seeing Bulletstorm make a return of sorts. RELATED: Square Enix Says Remakes Should Be Better Than The Original Games, "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.". It wasn’t anything groundbreak but they could add a lot of new elements to a sequel … The above image is from Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition. And even then, a new Bulletstorm game isn’t a guarantee. A sequel to the delightful Bulletstorm had once been in the works, Epic Games has revealed, but sadly it wasn't to be. This is the fifth game they've teased on Twitter now. If outsourced help is counted, then the number is around 300-350, per Wojciechowski. Think how cool it would be to use Gears weapons in a Bulletstorm-esque shooter. Covering the hottest movie and TV topics that fans want. His all-time favorite videogame, as if you couldn't already tell, is God of War but FIFA ranks right up there. Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition brings the critically-acclaimed cult-classic shooter to PlayStation® 4, Xbox One™ system, and PC in stunning ultra-high resolutions. Unlike Outriders (which is owned by Square Enix), People Can Fly owns all of the rights to Bulletstorm. Could we see a sequel to BulletStorm that continues the story? The go-to source for comic book and superhero movie fans. monitoring_string = "e648000e5cd42cece065ea6b2f880692". Would you want to see a new Bulletstorm game? "We want this IP to have its second life. People Can Fly, the people who created Bulletstorm, are considering a Bulletstorm 2. The project was cancelled, and People Can Fly put to … Epic has expressed an interest in continuing with the Gears franchise, albeit in a different capacity, and coupled with this news it gives even more credence to the rumors that People Can Fly are working on a Gears prequel. A one-stop shop for all things video games. According to CEO Sebastian Wojciechowsk, the company is “still holding this IP deep in our hearts.” Obviously, People Can Fly hasn’t completely abandoned Bulletstorm in recent years; the Full Clip Edition remaster released in 2017. However, there hasn’t been any official talk of a fully-fledged sequel. All of these plans are “if we ever decide to come back to it!”. Heck, it kind of ended wanting more. As far as People Can Fly's next project, Capps didn't have much to say on the matter, but did reveal that an announcement is coming soon. Kavan is an absolute sucker for NBA basketball, Premier League football and videogames. When the outlandish shooter Bulletstorm released last year it showcased a combination of Epic Games' trademark insane action and developer People Can Fly's proclivity for pushing the envelope. Are you disappointed to learn that People Can Fly is not working on a Bulletstorm sequel at the moment? It wasn't exactly something wholly original, but what Bulletstorm did offer was an intense 10-hour gameplay experience that felt rare amongst today's first person shooters. At the moment, People Can Fly developers are working on Outriders for Square Enix, with 220 of them spread across Poland, the UK, and the US plugging away. "I'd love to go back [to Bulletstorm]. There was a planned Bulletstorm sequel, but you won’t get to play it. 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