Gamers won't have to wait very long to see what Volition and THQ are doing with the sequel to the underrated Red Faction: Guerrilla. During a fiscal 2010 fourth quarter results call today, THQ CEO Brian Farrell revealed the follow-up would be revealed at E3 in Los Angeles next month.
Farrell also made a few comments about what to expect from the next Red Faction.
"We are very pleased with what the team has done to build on the franchises' innovative destruction engine," said Farrell, "with a new story and a new environment to capture gamers' imagination."
Farrell said the company did an "average" job marketing Red Faction: Guerrilla, and cited one way Volition and THQ are hoping to do better this time: the story. The CEO called Red Faction: Guerrilla's storyline "one of the weaker points," and the follow-up will have a "much more appealing game universe and you get the destruction to go with it."
Red Faction: Guerrilla deserved more love, but the positive word-of-mouth on the game after its release should mean the sequel gets more attention when THQ pulls back the curtain.