Speaking during an interview with MCV, Supermassive Games’ Pete Samuels indicated the Until Dawn developer is looking to go down a multiplatform route for future projects.
Samuels told the site that while it has enjoyed a solid relationship with format holder Sony for many years, it’s keen to broaden its appeal to a wider audience.
"We’ve worked closely with Sony for as long as the studio has been around, so the past eight years," he said. "I’ve loved it, they are great to work with and we have a strong relationship with them. I think a lot of the work we do with them aligns well with what we want to do and where we want to go. But yes, we are an independent studio and we are keen, going forward, to bring our games to wider audiences than we have in the past. That’s what we are all about right now, and it’s an exciting time for us."
This would appear to indicate that a sequel to its hit PlayStation 4-exclusive horror romp, Until Dawn, is off the cards for the foreseeable future. It is, however, working on the PlayStation VR spinoff Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, plus the all-new Tumble VR.
While Until Dawn 2 looks unlikely at present, Supermassive has previously said that it has thrown around ideas for a possible follow-up to the teen horror romp.