Q-Video games is planning on altering some elements of its cult PS4 title The Tomorrow Kids. Along with post-launch content material, Q-Video games founder Dylan Cuthbert revealed that the sport will probably now not be a free-to-play title. Moreover, Cuthbert expressed the intention to switch the sport’s servers with a peer-to-peer service. The corporate goals to launch the sport someday in 2022 for the PS4.
In an interview with Famitsu, Q-Video games’ Dylan Cuthbert, Ryuji Nishikawa, and Kazushi Maeta talked in regards to the means of buying The Tomorrow Kids‘s IP from Sony. The Tomorrow Kids initially launched for the PS4 again in 2016. Although the sport acquired excessive reward, Sony shut down The Tomorrow Kids‘s servers a yr and a half later. Cuthbert reveals that the rationale behind the shutdown was because of the recreation’s lack of monetization. Whereas the crew initially thought-about releasing an offline model of the sport, it finally took Q-Video games over 5 years to accumulate the rights to The Tomorrow Kids.
Regardless, the parents at Q-Video games sound excited in regards to the recreation’s future. Notably, Cuthbert revealed that the sport will probably launch for the PS4 someday in 2022. Q-Video games can be contemplating releasing the sport for different consoles. One of many extra notable modifications deliberate is within the recreation’s multiplayer. Q-Video games intends to switch the server-based matching system with a peer-to-peer service, that means consumer consoles will talk immediately with one another with out using a server.
For now, nonetheless, Cuthbert confirms that the sport’s development and recreation programs will likely be revamped. Moreover, Nishikawa expressed curiosity in growing extra content material for the sport post-launch — one thing the crew deliberate to do in the course of the unique launch again in 2016.
He does add a caveat, nonetheless; because of the concerned prices of growing new content material for the sport, the crew intends to attend for consumer reception after the sport launches. Moreover, Cuthbert additionally states that the sport will probably transfer away from its earlier free-to-play mannequin. What the ultimate recreation will appear like remains to be up within the air, however the return of The Tomorrow Kids‘s is one thing to undoubtedly maintain a watch out for.[Source: Famitsu December 16 Issue]