In a Reddit AMA, Ted Price, founder and CEO of Insomniac Games, revealed that its company may port its latest title, Fuse, to the PC. Since most of you won’t be aware of, Insomniac Games is the studio behind the Resistance and the Ratchet & Clank series. While those games were publishes by Sony, meaning that they won’t be coming to other platforms anytime soon, Fuse is a multi-platform release, thus a PC version seems possible.
When a fan asked whether Insomniac Games will be bringing Fuse to the PC, Ted Price said:
Of course this is nothing to get excited, however it’s pretty obvious that Insomniac is considering a PC version of Fuse.
When another fan asked why Fuse was not announced for the PC, and whether Insomniac was afraid of the PC piracy, Ted said:
“For Fuse it’s been a bandwidth issue. We wanted to make sure that we nailed it on Xbox 360 and PS3 before considering anything else. New IP, new engine & tools, new publishing partner. There was a lot of “new” on the project.”
Now couple this with the previous answer, and you got yourself a possible PC version of Fuse.
Of course, nothing is certain at this point so keep your hopes down for now.
Fuse is a 4-person co-op story-driven action game that invites players to experience what happens when humans access alien technology they were never meant to have. The game follows the worldwide journey of four elite agents who battle a rogue paramilitary organization to prevent a global arms race from spiraling out of control.
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