Silicon Knights still intends to finish Too Human trilogy
Once the matter with Epic Games gets settled, we guess.
Despite an ongoing battle of almost 4 years against Epic Games, Too Human developers Silicon Knights says it still intends to complete the game as a trilogy.
“We intend to finish the trilogy but no comment beyond that… You know, there’s very public litigation around that,” Silicon Knights president Denis Dyack told IndustryGamers.
In 2007, Silicon Knights had sued Epic Games citing breach of contract, accusing the company of lending inadequate support, service and cooperation with the developer. Later in the year, Epic Games counter-sued claiming that Silicon Knights were using their engine without incurring license costs. Epic won the case and the development studio had to pay in excess of $650,000.
Too Human was released in 2008. It sits at an avg of 68 on Metacritic and was largely criticized for its unpolished gameplay mechanics and short story campaign.