Fez 2 May Be Cancelled, But Polytron Is Working With Sony
Polytron Corporation, the developer of Fez, still has “other stuff on the way” despite Fez 2’s shock and out of the blue cancellation, according to the studio’s producer.
In an interview with Joystiq, Polytron’s Marie-Christine Bourdua revealed that Phil Fish’s decision to cancel Fez 2 came as a complete surprise to her personally, and furthermore she wasn’t even in the Montreal studio when he decided to make the announcement. However, she trusts in his judgement and has made peace with it.
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“It was weird and special to learn it that way, but I respect and trust Phil a lot, so that’s totally fair that he decided that and he has his reasons,” she said.
“We learnt it the same minute you did,” added original Fez programmer Renaud Bédard.
Although Bourdua said that she was “kind of in shock about it over the weekend”, she also stated that she has since come to peace with Fish’s decision.
But she also revealed to Joystiq that “there’s other stuff on the way, too” and that Polytron Corporation is currently “working with Sony”.
“Announcements are going to come really, really soon,” Bédard added.
It’s unknown whether this is a new IP, a PS4 title only or anything really. We’ll have to wait and see.