A “huge” PlayStation remake is ready to be introduced in December, based on an Irish musician.
Talking on radio program The Lunchbox (through Gematsu), singer-songwriter AVA mentioned that they’d “just lately [written] a music for a PlayStation sport.” They went on to elucidate that within the spring of 2020, they had been approached by composer Micheal McGlynn, whose vocal group Anúna contributed to the music on Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and who mentioned: “‘We’re writing music for a remake of a PlayStation sport’.”
AVA says that McGlynn defined that Sony was searching for an Irish language piece, and that they contributed to the lyrics. AVA additionally mentioned that for some time, they did not know what they had been writing for on account of Sony’s need to maintain the undertaking “undisclosed.” They did affirm, nonetheless, that they’ve now realized what the sport is, and that “it’s a huge sport”, which is “going to be introduced at Christmas.”
AVA suggests that they are no gaming knowledgeable, so it is exhausting to get a way of what they could have labored on, however there are a couple of clues. McGlynn’s earlier work with the Xenoblade staff may need resulted in work with a Japanese developer – multiple Silent Hill games are said to be in development from a “distinguished” studio, and a Gaelic music may match a remake of that setting fairly properly. Rumours have additionally pointed to a revival of Infamous and a Metal Gear Solid 3 remake, though the latter is claimed to be a way off, so a reveal in December appears unlikely.
It is not clear precisely when the reveal is anticipated. That “Christmas” window does slim issues down, particularly with The Game Awards 2021 set to happen on December 9, but it surely’s additionally potential that a State of Play showcase is deliberate for the festive season. Both manner, hopefully we’ll discover out extra within the coming weeks.
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