In a forum thread on GameFAQs, a representative for High Voltage Software teased that news on the Conduit series should be expected 'before the year is out."
High Voltage Software may share news on the future of its first-person shooter Conduit series by the end of the year, a representative for the developer teased on GameFAQs
"We haven't forgotten about Conduit over here, either," the representative wrote on a forum post in response to a fan question. "I would expect some new Conduit-related news before the year is out."
The representative said the developer is also nearing completion on several projects, including Zone of the Enders: HD Collection, a bundle of Hideo Kojima's first two Zone of the Enders games for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PlayStation Vita set to release later this year. The studio is also working on a point-and-click adventure based on the Nickelodeon television show Victorious and Toy Story Mania, a shooting-gallery game compatible with Kinect and PlayStation Move.
The company is also remodeling their studio and revamping their equipment.
"We're upgrading our software and hardware," the representative wrote. "More and more of us are moving to Windows 7 rigs with solid state drives, and our artists are enjoying newer versions of Autodesk and Adobe products. We're putting a fresh coat of paint on things, literally, by repainting and re-carpeting the building's interior."
In February of last year chief creative officer Eric Nofsinger said that High Voltage was working on using its Conduit 2 engine with the Nintendo 3DS hardware, suggesting that the next series title could be published to the handheld.
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