With Sega's reboot of the Aliens VS Predator franchise due to hit shelves next month, the UK-based developer, Rebellion, is likely busy ironing out any existing bugs before the the big release. With all the creative work essentially done, Rebellion has already been talking about their plans for a sequel.
"We've got a lot of ideas that even with the budget and time we had, we'd still like to do more of or revisit," Rebellion co-founder Jason Kingsley told CVG in a recent interview. "We've learnt a lot doing this game and we can really build on this and go further than what we've done so far. You always have to draw the line at some stage and polish what you have, get the frame rate up and get the gameplay working brilliantly. But there are a lot of ideas we came up with that we just couldn't fit in. There are a lot of unanswered questions in the Aliens and Predator canon we'd love to play with."
Aliens VS Predator is looking to be yet another hit in the star studded 2010 Q1, with pre-orders and online buzz for the title reportedly being "very high". Sega has opened the media floodgates over the past week, showing off new videos of the game, including the gruesome killmoves.
Aliens VS Predator is due for release on February 23, for the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.