GoldenEye 007 remaster is reportedly on maintain as a result of warfare in Ukraine
The extremely rumoured GoldenEye 007 remaster is reportedly “in limbo” as a result of ongoing warfare in Ukraine.
We’ve been listening to issues for some time now that some sort of GoldenEye 007 remaster or remake, no matter type it would take, is within the works. And now, as reported by Eurogamer, the sport is caught as a result of ongoing warfare in Ukraine.
In response to a Twitter person asking in regards to the standing of the sport, the leakiest journalist round Jeff Grubb claimed that “GoldenEye is still in limbo because of the war.” Grubb did not have something extra to say on the matter exterior of that, however Eurogamer corroborated the declare.
Grubb did additionally touch upon the return of the reside trivia gameshow 1 vs 100, saying that the workforce lead on the sport has left Microsoft, however he did notice that he does not know what which means for the title.
Earlier this 12 months, achievements for GoldenEye 007 appeared on-line, which might be an odd factor to exist if there was no sport to associate with them. The authentic GoldenEye got here out in 1997 for the Nintendo 64, developed by the now Microsoft owned Rare, and hasn’t seen a launch on every other platform since.
A remaster was in growth at Rare for plenty of months again in 2008, however as a consequence of licensing agreements it was in the end cancelled, although it solely wanted a pair extra months of growth.
While GoldenEye is a flawed sport by fashionable requirements, it is nonetheless extremely foundational for contemporary 3D shooters, so to see it on fashionable platforms can be nice. Especially as a result of the one strategy to play it’s on an authentic N64.
Alternatively, you could possibly bust out your Wii to play the 2010 remake GoldenEye 007 Reloaded, which is truthfully value going again to for those who simply give it the time of day.
Goldeneye remains to be in limbo due to the warfare. 1 v 100’s workforce lead left Microsoft. I do not know what which means for the sport.
— Jeff Grubb, No. 3 video games journalist (@JeffGrubb) July 10, 2022