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F.E.A.R. sequel talk re-emerges

It's been nearly a year since talk of a sequel to Monolith's FPS F.E.A.R., but today it's been reaffirmed that a follow-up to the horror-shooter is planned.

In a press release from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announcing that Monolith CEO Samantha Ryan has also now assumed the role of Senior Vice President, Development & Production at WBIE, it's mentioned that the company's "current production slate" includes "the sequel to F.E.A.R."

Developer Monolith is owned by Warner Bros.

Above: This shot from F.E.A.R. Extraction Point shows how much "bang" we expect from the new game

Unfortunately, no further information is given on the F.E.A.R. sequel, but previously it's been mentioned that the follow-up will appear on PC and console and be tailored to each platform's particular strengths. It's expected that the sequel will go under a new as-yet-unannounced name too as the F.E.A.R. franchise is owned by Vivendi Games.

February 7, 2007