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All Articles: Lords of the Fallen 2
Eurogamer has learned that Lords of the Fallen 2 will be released sometime in 2017. Marek Tyminski, the CEO of CI Games, also shared the news that 900,000 copies of Lords of the Fallen have been sold since the game’s Fall 2014 launch.
However, Tyminski also had some bad news for the European news site. He confirmed that Lords of the Fallen’s main developer, Deck 13, will not be involved with the sequel. From the sound of it, the split appears to be mutual:
“We have spoken about certain things we could probably do after the release of Lords of the Fallen but at the end of the day we came to the conclusion, both sides, that it won’t happen, and as far as I know they have another project, and I wish them luck. We have very clear thinking on how we want to make Lords of the Fallen 2 and we have a very good idea.”
That said, Tyminski also told Eurogamer that his goal with Lords of the Fallen 2 is to “make a much better game.”
Publisher CI Games and developer Deck 13 have revealed that development has begun on Lords of the Fallen 2. Lords of the Fallen, a medieval “hack and slash” reminiscent of Dark Souls, was released for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One back in October to above average reviews.
Tomasz Gop, the Executive Producer of the title at CI Games, confirmed the news to Eurogamer this morning, saying, “We’re now working on vision and concepts for Lords 2.” No other information about the game was announced.
While Lords of the Fallen 2’s destination has yet to announced, it seems likely that it too is in development for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One.