Having upset the Church of England with its depiction of Manchester Cathedral in Resistance: Fall of Man, Insomniac Games has said that Resistance 2 will see it getting right back on the cross [surely "horse" - Ed].

"We've actually made it a big focus to include more churches and now synagogues and mosques in Resistance 2," Price told our sister site GamesIndustry.biz in an interview.

We suspect he may have been joking. According to gi.biz, "Price later remarked that he is an Episcopalian and considers the Church of England the 'mother ship'." Just don't say anything about Sharia Law, Ted. It will end in tears.

Resistance: Fall of Man was a PS3 first-person shooter about fighting monsters in places like London and Manchester. The sequel follows on from the first game [let's have more of this kind of piercing insight - Ed], and also aims to build on its solid 40-player online modes with support for up to 60.

It's due out in autumn 2008.

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