A recent interview with Warren Spector, boss after the development of System Shock 3, you’ve unveiled a curious circumstance about the expected videogame: it has not editor yet. The production was in the hands of Starbreeze, but his financial crisis forced him to sell the game to OtherSide, which although defray the development costs, requires the oxygen of an editor that can guarantee the viability of the project. Does Spector worry about the circumstance? As I commented in VGC, no.
“The game is going very well. We are in talks with many partners with a lot of interest,” he explained, “but we need someone who says’ yes, let’s talk about the terms of the agreement ‘and we are in conversation with some people, but we have not yet finished with it. “Given the absence of an editor, could it be distributed by OtherSide itself? It’s something that Spector and the firm itself would seek to avoid.
” It would be a great distraction. We would have to hire staff to do it because we currently do not have the experience. I hope we do not go there, I would get in trouble for saying that if we do it. We’re not ruling anything out, but right now we’re looking for a publishing and financing partner. & Quot; System Shock 3 was recently shown at the GDC in San Francisco, but its premiere seems to be still waiting.