Over at the Game Developers Conference there have been rumors floating around regarding a sequel to The Conduit. Word has it there was a piece of artwork with a large number "2", done in the same style as the Conduit's logo. High Voltage Software deny all knowledge.
In an interview, producer Josh Olsen acknowledged some failings of the first game, particularly the generic setting.
"I think that's a very fair criticism. Looking at The Conduit, you're not really sure that you're in the world of The Conduit. Like you said, it's kind of generic. You could be anywhere. I think that was driven a lot by our push to make The Conduit in D.C. in realistic-looking environments, we wanted to make the graphics look as real as possible. But on the flip-side of that, it tended to make it look a little generic, a bit mundane."
"If you're playing Halo, or look at a screenshot, you know you're in Halo. I don't think that's the case with The Conduit. It's a very valid criticism that we took to heart and we're hoping to address in future games."
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