Wednesday, 17 December 2008

Criterion Black Sequel

Criterion Games are best known for their Burnout series however a few years back they produced a game for the Xbox and Ps2 known as Black this FPS managed to get rave reviews even though it came from a company with little or no FPS background.

Well over on Criterion games website a listing has been noticed stating a game for release in 2009 known as Black: Second Mission which stands a very good chance of being Black's sequel.

This game is scheduled for release on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

Although this is yet to be confirmed or denied by Criterion is stands a good chance of being real seeing as it was posted on their own site.

More details as they come.

I've only just came back to this post to find comments asking for a source however when I went back to the Criterion website the listing had been removed. So as it goes this is still firmly just a rumor. Hopefully Criterion will make an announcement of some kind soon.

As a result of this I would like to apologize to all those who are looking for a source as of now there is no longer one.

This story has also been posted over at Eurogamer Portugal to show further proof.


Rowe said...

I can't see anything on the Criterion Website.
Could you update it with the link to the page where it's listed please.
I and a few others would like some hard evidence.

Rowe said...

Please could you update the news with a link to the page where it's listed on the criterion website ?
I can't find it and want to see some hard evidence.

Brendon said...

Just type about:cache into your Firefox address bar, look for the cached page of the job listing, and take a screenshot.

Rowe said...

Thanks for the updates.
Please could you keep this post updated with any new news.
I've bookmarked this page so I'll be checking back regularly for any new info.
Thanks again.

Michael said...

This would be great news. I absolutely loved Black. I think it was largely ignored but was a great game. I played it through on the PS2 and the XBOX. Come to think of it, maybe I'll break it out for a little session tonight.

xino said...

Thanks for the heads up, they will be a complete fool if they are not developing Black 2!

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