Submitted by JamieReleases 2548d ago | news

Rhianna Pratchett returns to write script for Overlord II

Codemasters announced today that Rhianna Pratchett has been signed as scriptwriter for Overlord II, the sequel to the hit twisted fantasy adventure from Triumph Studios, and both series extensions - Overlord Dark Legend and Overlord Minions - coming 2009.

The announcement sees Pratchett continuing her role as writer and narrative designer for the delightfully despotic series and follows her nomination for Best Videogame Script for her work on the original Overlord game in the Writers' Guild Awards 2008. In addition to videogames, the prestigious Writers' Guild Awards recognises the best in British writing talent across TV and radio drama, soap, comedy, theatre and movie screenplay categories. The awards will be held at BAFTA (The British Academy of Film and Television Arts) on Sunday 23rd November 2008 in London. (Industry, Overlord II, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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Lucreto  +   2548d ago

I hope she will write the script for Heavenly sword 2 as well.

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