Scarface 2 canceled game

Take a look at Radical Entertainment’s canceled Scarface 2 game

In the mid/late 00s, Radical Entertainment was working on a sequel to Scarface: The World Is Yours, Scarface 2. And while this game was canceled in 2009, we can finally get a look at some early artworks and screenshots from it.

Scarface 2 would have taken place in Las Vegas. And… well… other than that, we don’t know much about this project. Nevertheless, it’s really cool watching screenshots/videos from canceled games.

Radical Entertainment is the studio behind The Simpsons: Hit & Run, Prototype and Prototype 2. In 2005, Vivendi Universal (which owns the rights to Scarface) acquired the studio. Then, in 2008, Activision acquired it.

Speaking of canceled games, I also suggest taking a look at the 2001 build of Duke Nukem Forever. As we’ve reported, someone has already leaked it online and you can try it for yourselves.


Scarface 2 Concept Artwork - Cancelled Game (2009)

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