Obsidian Entertainment, the group behind Fallout: New Vegas, was at one point considering doing its own The Strolling Dead game.
Obsidian Entertainment once considered doing an RPG of The Strolling Dead, yet as everybody will be aware, that never worked out as expected. Renowned for making what many consider to be one of the most mind-blowing Fallout games ever, Fallout: New Vegas, the California-based studio has gained notoriety for making enamoring stories.
While many might want to see the group tackle another passage in the long-running dystopian series, that so far presently can’t seem to happen, however, there is basically a solid collection of work currently added to the developer’s repertoire for fans to look at.
From early deliveries like Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 and Alpha Protocol to later games, for example, The Outer Worlds and Grounded, also the upcoming Acknowledged, the company has more than shown off its abilities in the vicious universe of the gaming business.
Obsidian’s latest excursion is the medieval-themed adventure title Pentiment, which sees players get sucked into a weighty sixteenth-century story including murder, mystery, and philosophical musings on the human condition. Notwithstanding, there was an opportunity that the studio could have made additional games from currently well-known franchises.
In a new meeting with NME, Obsidian Entertainment co-founder and current CEO Feargus Urquhart examined his job as a significant figure in-game turn of events, particularly in the RPG type. As well as the noteworthy resume of titles he and his group have previously left afterward, it turns out there were thoughts for yet more games.
As a matter of some importance, Obsidian had a thought for a pretending title in view of the Strolling Dead series yet couldn’t find a distributor intrigued enough with regards to the venture. What’s more, Urquhart was likewise quick to do a Rick and Morty game, however, this burnt out after Microsoft procured the developer in 2018.
The Strolling Dead deliveries are considered to be the absolute best from Obvious Games, zeroing in on human feelings and character improvement rather than being straight-up zombie games. However praised as the adventure series seemed to be, it would have been fascinating to perceive how Obsidian would have handled a transformation of Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore’s comic.
The game won’t ever be, it appears. In any case, Obsidian has said it might want to do another Fallout game sooner or later. There’s no let whether know this will really become a reality, yet there will be a very sizable amount of fans out there who couldn’t want anything more than to see Obsidian Entertainment make a development to the cherished New Vegas.