Do more players make for a more fun game? That's the question Resistance 2 may answer.
Reportedly, the team behind the upcoming PS3 first-person-shooter is working on 60-player multiplayer.
James Stevenson from Insomniac Games, said:
We've been working hard getting Resistance 2 ready for its fall release. Right now we're play-testing 60-player multiplayer and eight-player co-op daily, while tweaking sections of our single-player levels."
"Needless to say, the game is rapidly progressing and every time we play there are new assets and tech going in," teases Stevenson, who refuses to reveal any specifics. "We're not quite ready to take the lid off the new stuff we're developing", he adds. "There's quite a lot!"
Computerandvideogames: Resistance 2: 60-player online in testing