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Ready at Dawn CEO: We’d Like To Go Back to High-Budget Games

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Ready at Dawn CEO:  We’d Like To Go Back to High-Budget Games

In an interview with Polygon, Ready at Dawn CEO Ru Weerasuriya talks about The Order: 1986 steady sales and said the studio would like to make another triple-A game.

Located in Irvine, California Ready At Dawn Studios is an American video game developer composed of former members of Naughty Dog and Blizzard Entertainment. Formed in 2003, the company has primarily worked on games for the PlayStation Portable.

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“I would say it’s pretty steady since the game has been released. Of course, counting out the first few months for any game is pretty huge, it’s been pretty steady. There’s been kind of a constant group of people playing. And every time people play … they’re kind of like, ‘Hey, just played your game, loved it. When’s the next one coming out?’ We keep on getting those. So yeah, I think it’s got a long life as far as the game’s concerned.

It’s hard for me to answer that one. I will tell you the same answer I would’ve given in the past before The Order came out, that the IP was built with a lot of work behind it. Even before the release of the game, we put a lot of work on the foundations of why each of these characters are who they are, where they came from, what is behind the story. Not 1886, but what’s behind the story. We asked, ‘Where did it start? Where is it going?’ There is a lot of story that was already written, because we felt, again, writing a game and just kind of isolating it to just the story that it would’ve been was not enough for us.”

Read the complete interview at – Polygon.

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