Flashback 2 is in development for PC and consoles. This was announced by the Spanish distributor Meridiem Games in a press release confirming that the 1992 classic will have a sequel almost 30 years after its release. Microids is responsible for its creation under the tutelage of Paul Cuisset, author of the original, and its launch is scheduled for 2022.

Few details have been confirmed for the sequel to Flashback, but there are enough for us to imagine what the project would be like: the story of this second part starring Conrad B. Hart, protagonist of the first game, and be an action platformer, just as the first installment was. The game logo has also been published, you can see it below:

Logo de Flashback 2.

“It’s an idea I’ve had for a long time.”

Flashback they are released in 1992As we said, but not long ago from the launch of its remastering on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. From Flashback 2 It has not been confirmed, at the moment, the consoles to which to arrive when it debuts in 2022.

Paul Cuisset, author of Flashback, has issued some statements in which he talks about how he has been thinking about this project for years and what vision he intends to print in this new installment: “Developing a sequel to Flashback It is an idea that I have had for a long time. I can’t wait for players to discover the new adventures of Conrad B. Hart, a character created almost 30 years ago. With Microids, our goal is to please fans of the original title while appealing to any gamer with a soft spot for futuristic games. “

Microids take care of bringing Flashback back

For its part, Stphane Longeard, CEO of Microids, has been excited about the idea of ​​being able to carry out this project: “We are excited to offer fans a sequel to this masterpiece from the history of videogames. At Microids, we grow to offer projects that stand out for their talent. Paul Cuisset is internationally known and we are proud to be working with him and his team on this project. “

Microids is settling into that of bring back great franchises to the video game world, sometimes with direct remasters like Asterix & Obelix XXL Romastered or the commented remake from XIII, but others with original titles like the recently announced Asterix & Obelix: Slap Them All, a beat’em up in two dimensions based on this popular comic series. This is not the first Paul Cuisset game to be released by this company., since in 2015 it was published Subject 13, a graphics adventure for PC designed by the author of Flashback.

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