Nikolay Dybovsky, head of Ice-Pick Lodge studio, spoke this week about Russian game development, human evolution, players values and much more, including the remake of Mora. More precisely, about the upcoming Bachelors scenario and attitude to remakes in general. And yes, the developers attitude to such projects is far from the best now.
Dybovsky calls the remakes “evil”, adding: “I am officially ready to say this from the department: there is no need to make remakes. ” As for the Bachelor, Dybovsky notes that the development it takes a long time, because the team had to radically rethink it to make the script feel like a “completely new game”.
This involves both a gameplay update that will be “completely different”, and a different approach to revealing familiar characters. “In general, this will be a completely different story that probably none of you are expecting.
And it [the Bachelors script] will be a surprise for everyone. ” However, despite all the innovations, the developers will respect and care for the universe and the original source.
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