Dyack plans to finish Too Human trilogy

Sequel for Silicon Knights' troubled epic?

A sequel to much hyped but under-performing Xbox 360 fantasy epic Too Human could be on the cards, according to creator Denis Dyack.

The Silicon Knights president told IndustryGamers, "We intend to finish the trilogy but no comment beyond that... You know, there's very public litigation around that."

First announced for PSOne way back in 1999 and intended as a trilogy, the game eventually launched on Xbox 360 in 2008 to middling reviews and underwhelming sales.

The litigation that Dyack referred to is a long-standing complaint against Epic. Silicon Knights claims it compromised Too Human by failing to provide adequate game engine support, instead choosing to focus on its own titles - Gears of War and Unreal Tournament 2007

Silicon Knights is currently working on X-Men: Destiny for Activision, due for release on as yet unspecified platforms later this year.

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