UPDATE: SEGA shoots down rumors.
Replace: SEGA PR and social media supervisor Aaron Webber has come ahead to shoot down the current rumors new entry in its kart racing collection is on the best way.
“Hello guys – noticed rumors floating at the moment about one other SART sport. Simply needed to substantiate it is not a factor,” Webber stated in a put up on Twitter.
Authentic story follows:
A leaked inner presentation means that Sumo Digital has a brand new karting sport in growth. Might it’s one other Sonic & SEGA All-Stars?
Slides from the presentation had been posted on ResetEra after the link to the original was eliminated. In addition to the karting sport, there are apparently two FPS titles additionally within the works.
As with most leaks, these particulars might be out-of-date or false, but when appropriate the main points included are fascinating:
The “In Growth” slide cites a “multi-project collaboration with [an] worldwide publishing companion” for a “PC to console” FPS. The second title mentions an “unannounced main companion” for an “authentic FPS” inside an “established world IP”.
The “unannounced karting sport” can even be part of “established world IP” with “authentic growth”.
Sumo Digital has beforehand developed the Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing collection, so odds are good kart racing title could be one other entry within the franchise.
Lifeless Island 2 is already in growth on the studio, after it took over from Yager Growth in 2016, so one of many FPS video games might seek advice from that title.
With rumours of a brand new Good Darkish swirling round, hypothesis within the boards is that the second FPS is a partnership between Sumo Digital and Microsoft. However maybe that is simply wishful considering.
We gave Sumo’s final Sonic kart sport – Sonic and All-Stars Racing Reworked – a 7/10 overview, calling it a “bright, handsome and thoroughly enjoyable ride.”
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