Oct 3, 2007
Bizarre Creations has elaborated on comments made by PGR lead designer Ged Talbot, who shares his ideas for his next racing game with us below.
A Bizarre spokesperson has stated that Talbot's ideas, which include non-city environments and ATV vehicles, were referring to "the next game he works on," rather than any one particular title.
In a recent interview, PGR 4's lead designer Talbot said that "next time" he'd like to focus more on the detail. "That's what we think; we think the devil's in the detail," he said.
"I personally believe there's a lot we can do by taking our vehicles we've already got and putting them into different, more interesting environments.
"That's what we're looking for in the next game; going to deserts - that kind of stuff. Seeing how they affect the gameplay, see if we can get Kudos working their as well. We could bring cruisers in, we could bring ATV-type bikes in."
Bizarre's spokesperson went on to say, "Of course that was his own personal opinion…so you will probably see the next game taking a different approach to what he described. We're still in the extremely early planning stages, so absolutely nothing is nailed down yet.
"We have to iterate through the design a million more times before things start coming together."
Bizarre Creations, currently working on The Club for Sega and several unannounced titles, was recently acquired by Activision.