City Interactive has affirmed that it is working on a sequel of its commercially successful but critically detested shooter game named Sniper: Ghost Warrior.
The news came into the open in a site called Eurogamer. se while interviewing the chief producer Michal Sroczynski. The company is yet to announce a release date and official title for the game but Sroczynski gave confirmation that the game is being developed using Crytek's CryEngine 3.
The original game was developed with the help of Techland's Chrome Engine, which also helped to develop games like Nail'd and. Call of Juarez
Jamin Smith wrote down the three tenth review of Sniper: Ghost Warrior for the site called the VideoGamer. com, and termed the game as one of the worst shooters of this generation and criticized it saying it lacked originality frighteningly, a whole load of technical issues and very poor objectives.
The game named Sniper: Ghost Warrior is readily available on PC and 360 and a PS3 version - which will come out with a series of promised improvements in this year of 2011.
Polish development house City Interactive, in an interview with Euro gamer Sweden, have affirmed that they are hard at developing a sequel to Sniper: Ghost Warrior.
If the name City Interactive in any way sounds familiar, one may recall it in relation to the studio ex-Code masters Stuart Black did move to following his infamous departure from another FPS, Body count. At the moment, there isn't any confirmation ion whether Black is working on the follow-up to Sniper: Ghost Warrior. The sequel will be released release on PlayStation3, PC and Xbox 360.
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