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Obsidian Entertainment would like to make another ‘Fallout’ game

Fallout: New Vegas
Fallout: New Vegas
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In addition to creating the most recent installment of the post-apocalyptic franchise with Fallout: New Vegas, members of Obsidian Entertainment have also helped create the original entries of the series. As such, the developer has revealed that they wouldn’t mind getting the chance to work on another Fallout title in the future as Obsidian CEO Feargus Urquhart told CVG on April 25.

When asked if they would be interested in returning apocalyptic world of Fallout, Urquhart said that it would be an easy decision. In addition to developing Fallout: New Vegas, Urquhart worked as lead designer for Fallout 2 while Tim Cain, who also works for Obsidian, helped build the first Fallout title. The studio has a long history for the Fallout franchise which they would like to continue.

Urquhart also shared is love for the Star Wars universe and admitted that Obsidian Entertain would always say yes to any proposed Star Wars project if given the opportunity. Obsidian’s involvement with the sci-fi series goes beyond simply being fans however. The developer was also responsible for Knights of the Old Republic II. According to Urquhart, it seems that Obsidian would always be willing to work on future games from either the Fallout series of the Star Wars franchise

Obsidian Entertainment has created a long tradition of developing role-playing games. The developer revealed that their techniques have grown and matured over the years when it comes to building RPG systems.

The studio’s most recent release was Ubisoft’s South Park: The Stick of Truth which allowed players to create their own South Park character. The plot of the game revolved around the idea that all of the children from South Park were engaged in a town-wide live action role-playing session where humans were at war with elves. The game was written by show creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.