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True Crime escapes from LA

Expect new streets for the sequel.

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Activision CEO and chairman Robert Kotick has personally confirmed (whether deliberately or accidentally) that a sequel to the publisher's nigh on chart-topping True Crime: Streets of LA is on the publisher's cards.

According to reports, Kotick told a recent media conference in New York that the sequel exists and will be set in "other cities". Caught somewhat off-guard by the boss man's revelations, Activision declined to respond this week beyond confirming that no official announcement has been made.

True Crime certainly warrants a sequel, despite its not insubstantial flaws. It's funny and entertaining, and developer Luxoflux will have learnt plenty from their experience mapping out Los Angeles for the game world. You can read what we thought of their attempts here.

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