It appears like older PlayStation fans have reason to celebrate. According to new evidence, the classic car disaster franchise Twisted Metal may be returning.
According to the American website VGC, people close to them reported that a new Twisted Metal game is already in the works, but it is still in its early stages.
Lucid Games, the studio behind Destruction All-Stars, appears to be working on the game. According to the site’s sources, this game may follow an F2P format, in response to the fact that Destruction All-Stars was available on PS Plus at launch.
The game will be launched in 2023, to coincide with the release of the TV series, according to the VGC. This is not the first source to say that the series will return in 2023; insider Tom Henderson has predicted the same year.
Sony Pictures Television, in collaboration with PlayStation Productions, is producing the Twisted Metal live action series. Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, famed for their work on Deadpool and Zombieland, will direct the series.
The initial name for the series was recently released. Anthony Mackie, well known for his portrayal as the MCU’s Hawk hero, has been cast as the character John Doe.