Spec Ops developer Yager rules out sequel, won't make another military shooter

While 2012's Spec Ops: The Line was a hit with critics and a subset of fans, it never really found its feet amongst the mainstream audience.

So it's perhaps not too surprising that developer Yager Entertainment has ruled out developing a sequel, or indeed any similar military shooter, in a recent interview with German site Gamestar.

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masterfox1310d ago

specs looked fantastic, but damn that was one depressing game entirely, also Max Paine 3 I literally stop playing it on how depressing was.

bunt-custardly1310d ago

I think the hard edged story was all part of the charm. A real shame Yager won't be revisiting the same themes in a sequel. More games need to be like this to add a bit of diversity to the story telling we get.

XtraTrstrL1310d ago

LOL, Max Payne is meant to be messed up like that, some dark comic on an acid trip. I remember the first one I think it was, where you keep going into that nightmare mode, walking through darkness on some paths and it was all creepy and stuff, as you lived out them murdering everyone in the house I think is what was happening.

DanielGearSolid1310d ago

Yea wouldn't expect a sequel for a story like that

JamieReleases1310d ago

It's difficult for any shooter to get past Call of Duty and Battlefield 4, but Wolf has done pretty well so it can be done. I guess that's the last we'll see of Spec Ops anyway.

Ares84HU1310d ago

That's too bad because the Last Line was the best TPS last gen.

Fishermenofwar1310d ago

I agree with you 100%

Spec ops was a sleeper hit to me...Way better than COD

That's too bad though....

e-p-ayeaH1310d ago (Edited 1310d ago )

For me it was Vanquish but that´s my take.

Equally great games nonetheless.

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