Speaking to GamerZines, Insomniac Games’ Senior Community Manager James Stevenson said that it be “silly” for anyone to think that Resistance would be the last new IP coming from the studio.
“We don’t really want to talk about anything outside of A Crack In Time, but what I will say in general is that, if you think that Resistance is going to be the last new IP from Insomniac obviously that would be a silly thought,” said Stevenson. “At some point in the future there will be new IPs, but when, where, why, how, you know, who knows?”
Stevenson went onto hint that the studio is very interested in doing more co-op titles after recognizing that Resistance 2‘s co-op mode attracted more players than its competitive mode.
“It’s definitely a growing sector of the industry and regardless of what games Insomniac make in the future – because we will make many more games and I’m not going to talk about what they’ll be – I think co-op is something that we will recognize the growing importance of.
Insomniac’s latest, Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack In Time, comes out tomorrow in the US, Nov 4 in Europe and the 6th in the UK.