Dante's Inferno News

Dante's Inferno sequel hinted at on writer's CV

Dante's Inferno sequel hinted at on writer's CV

Second outing for Visceral's action title?

A sequel to EA's 2009 action title Dante's Inferno is - or was - in the works, judging by writer Joshua Rubin's online résumé.

As spotted by Twitter detective Superannuation, Rubin, who co-wrote Assassin's Creed 2 for Ubisoft, mentions work for "a Major Unannounced Sequel from Visceral Studios at EA Games."

As way of a hint, he then links to a trailer for the original Dante's Inferno.

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Visceral unsure on Dante's Inferno sequel

Visceral unsure on Dante's Inferno sequel

And don't expect annual Dead Space titles.

Development on a sequel to Dante's Inferno is not underway, developer Visceral Games has revealed, and there are no immediate plans to get started.

Joystiq asked Visceral's Zach Mumbach whether we'd be seeing adaptations of the remaining sections of Dante's Divine Comedy.

"I'm sure that if enough people are like, 'I got 60 dollars for Purgatory or Paradiso,' then we would make that game. But I don't know. I don't get to make those decisions."

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Dante's Super Bowl ad censored

Not for gore or sexual imagery, though.

EA has splashed out on a TV advertising spot for Dante's Inferno during this Sunday's NFL Super Bowl, but has run into a problem with broadcaster CBS, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Dante's Inferno coming in February

EA unveils new Righteousness system.

Electronic Arts has announced Dante's Inferno will be released in the US on 9th February, with a European launch to follow on February 12th.

EA says sorry over booth babes compo

Winner won't actually get "Night of Lust".

Electronic Arts has apologised for any offence caused by a competition which encouraged entrants to "commit acts of lust" with booth babes.

Christians decry fake Dante protest

Accuse EA of making "God of War rip-off".

EA is being attacked by Christian bloggers for staging a fake religious protest against Dante's Inferno during E3 week.

EA Redwood Shores gets new name

Visceral Games has two more in works.

Electronic Arts has announced that its EA Redwood Shores Studio has been renamed Visceral Games "to better reflect the studio's culture, identity and focus on creating intense action-oriented intellectual properties".

Dante's Inferno confirmed for PSP

Dante's Inferno confirmed for PSP

Due with console versions next year.

EA has announced that Dante's Inferno is in development for PSP, and will arrive alongside the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions next year.

EA Redwood and Artificial Mind and Movement (A2M - why oh why) will develop, and promise all the thrills and spills of the console games.

"PSP owners can expect to get the same level of fast, responsive gameplay through all nine detailed and unique circles of hell we are aiming to achieve on the consoles," said exec producer Jonathan Knight in a statement.

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EA confirms Dante's Inferno game

EA confirms Dante's Inferno game

Divine inspiration.

Electronic Arts has confirmed reports that its Redwood Shores studio is working on a Dante's Inferno game.

It's described as a third-person action-adventure adaptation of the first canticle of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy.

EA has yet to confirm formats or a release date, but the studio's last outing - Dead Space - was for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

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