Eidos Montréal Is Not Giving Up On Story-Driven Single Player Games; News Coming Soon

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Dec 18, 2017
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Eidos Montréal Head of Studio David Anfossi recently revealed that the team will shift towards building online experiences in their game, making some think that the team will stop creative the single-player games they are known for. This doesn’t seem to be the case.

Further elaboration his statement, David Anfossi clearly stated how Eidos Montréal is not abandoning single player games.

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The reason why they will build online experiences in their future games is that they need to try new things, but this won’t stop them from doing what they have always done. Additionally, it seems like more news regarding a new single player game will be coming soon.

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Last week, Director of Online Technology Sébastien Bessette also commented on the team’s new focus.

On the tech side, we’re working to empower our content creators and promote an iterative game creation process. To achieve this, we’ve created an engineering strategy that greatly encourages communication between team members, allowing us to efficiently design, implement, and test our game architecture.

We’re also structuring the DAWN engine, our proprietary technology, to interface with modern online solutions, which gives us the ability to take advantage of existing technologies. All of these efforts unify our teams towards one single goal, that being to deliver the best online gaming experience to our players.

Eidos Montréal is currently working together with Crystal Dynamics for the creation of a game based on The Avengers.

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