Evolution: Still time to influence MotorStorm 2
- Posted May 15th, 2008 at 04:38 EDT by Michael Harradence
Evolution Studios’ Nigel Kershaw has said that it is “never to late” for fans to influence development of the forthcoming racing sequel, MotorStorm Pacific Rift.
Kershaw suggested that fans visit the company’s official website to share any ideas and suggestions they may have for the game, which takes place on a remote pacific island abundant with lush vegetation and natural hazards.
As an example of how user feedback can influence game design, Kershaw said that the split screen mode in Pacific Rift was a direct result of input from the MotorStorm community.
"If you've got something that bothers you in the game, then let us know. Things like split screen are in there because people really wanted it. That's what we want to do. You listen to people and act on it,” he told Videogamer.com
"It's (MotorStorm Pacific Rift) getting there but it's never too late. If someone's got a great idea we want them to share it with us."
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MotorStorm Pacific Rift is due out for PS3 this Autumn.