Garry's Mod sequel is sort of confirmed

Will have a VR focus, apparently.

Terrifyingly hilarious physics toolbox Garry's Mod is getting a sequel. Probably. Eventually.

Well, they seem pretty happy about it.

That's the vague word from creator Garry Newman (not that one) who spilled the non-committal beans when talking to PCGamesN.

Newman was asked if he'd considered raising the price of Garry's Mod, which launched in 2004 as a Half Life 2 mod that let players muck about with the models, animations and physics of the classic FPS. Over time, it gradually evolved into a phenomenon all of its own, selling six million copies and adding lots of new features over the years - including content from Team Fortress 2.

"We wouldn't raise the price now," explained Newman. "I mean we're kind of working on a sequel, so it'd be stupid to the raise the price, really."

Don't hold your breath for anything to launch in the near future though. "It's early days," Newman added. "We're looking at having more VR stuff in it - that's the big point of it. And it won't be called Garry's Mod 2."

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