Ghostbusters Remaster Authors: The Video Game explained the refusal of multiplayer

In 2019, Saber Interactive released an updated version of the Ghostbusters action movie for current generation consoles. The game received very positive reviews, but players could not help but notice that multiplayer modes completely disappeared from the remaster. The developers explained the solution to get rid of the online component just now, when Saber Interactives chief creative officer Tim Willits gave an interview to MP1st.

He referred to the state of the multiplayer source code in the original game. According to Willits, the team was implementing multiplayer modes in the remaster.

But given how the code turned out to be a decade ago, Saber eventually decided to focus on refining the single player instead of spending time creating multiplayer modes are virtually zero. Outdated game source code often becomes an obstacle to creating updated versions.

As we remember, the authors of Diablo 2, many years before the release of Diablo 2: Resurrected, did not believe in the possibility of a large-scale remake due to the loss of parts of the original source code. GhostBusters: The Video Game Remastered available on PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One.

Meanwhile, the authors of Friday the 13th: The Game and Predator: Hunting Grounds are already working on the new game for the Ghostbusters series. Probably, fans of multiplayer should wait for it.

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