Insomniac Games has given us a little bit more to talk about today outside of the negative news released thus far. Ted Price, President of Insomniac Games, has released a bit more information on what you can expect out of Resistance 2. While some of this information has already slightly been announced, Price goes into some slight detail about it, but nothing groundbreaking.
As far as the 8-player co-op is concerned, Price has explained that this anticipated mode will boast its own stand-alone story and that users can expect each character within this mode to have his own unique storyline to follow. On top of this unique progression, each character will come with his own rewards as well, further giving us something to look forward to in co-op play.
Also discussed was the massive 60-player online experience and how the developers over at Insomniac are focusing on creating a more intimate battlefield. Price says they’d like for a gamer to feel the "battles within the battle" on a more personal level, so each participant feels as though they’re contributing in the larger picture.
According to Ted Price, the game is still a work in progress and is roughly six months from being retail ready. This would give Resistance 2 an expected November release window. Here’s to hoping it sticks. We’ll keep you up to date if anything else comes out today regarding Resistance 2.