Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

The initiative is working with Crystal Dynamics to develop a new perfect dark game

The initiative has announced that it will partner with Marvel’s Avengers and Tomb Raider’s Crystal Dynamics to develop the next reboot of Perfect Dark.

The initiative shared the news on Twitter, stating that the two teams “did not miss the opportunity to work together.”

“Perfect Dark Update! We’re partnering with Crystal Dynamics, the world-class team behind character-driven games like Tomb Raider, to bring this first-person spy thriller to a new generation,” the initiative writes. “The team couldn’t miss the opportunity to work together. We’re still in the early stages of development, but we’re very excited to take advantage of this unique opportunity to realize the Perfect Dark vision!”

Crystal dynamics The tweet from the Quote Tweet initiative is not only excited to “join together”, but “to add Perfect Dark to our development efforts with Marvel’s Avengers and Tomb Raider.” It states.

“We couldn’t be more excited to work with @TheInitiative to bring Perfect Dark to a new generation of gamers. We managed to rethink the epic hero and bring this first-person spy thriller together. I can’t wait for it to happen, “writes Crystal Dynamics. .. “Alongside Marvel’s Avengers and Tomb Raider, we’re excited to add Perfect Dark to our development.”

Darrell Gallagher, the studio head of the initiative, was the head of Crystal Dynamics studios from 2009 to 2016, so these studios actually have more in common than many are aware of.

Perfect Dark was unveiled at The Game Awards 2020 as a first-person shooter with the theme of “eco-SF”. Although only announced in the movie trailer, game director Dan Neuberger said, “There really isn’t a game that hits the vision of such a blockbuster secret agent.” The team, founded in 2018 and billed as the “AAAA” studio, will hopefully solve the problem.

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Adam Bankhurst is an IGN news writer. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst When Cramps.