Autoignition wrote:They gotta keep focus on Seb after the big Myra reveal at the end of The Consequence.
Judging by the use of the title "survival action" I'm going to bet that this game takes place at least 30-40% in the real world, if not more. I can almost feel the brawls with Mobius goons hovering over this game.
Calling it here: Bethesda/Tango won't announce TEW2 until after RE7 is released to a lukewarm reception, just so that they can capitalize on fan disappointment and solidify their title as the new kings of horror.
Though I'm really hoping they announce sooner, because I'm DYING over here.
You're definitely onto something! I can see Bethesda not announcing it until after RE7's excitement dies down- or waiting until after it's released to mixed reception and sales. Thought to play Devil's advocate: Competing directly with Capcom and RE7 could bring them significantly more publicity to their game. Even though it is riding on Capcom's coat tails, and it could also backfire- as many rival companies hire reviewers of their own to smear the rival company's product. And Capcom would certainly do that- if they haven't already.
We'll find out eventually. I wouldn't be surprised if Bethesda want to take their times with releases and announcements this go around- to make sure each game builds hype and proper baking time, rather than shoehorning them in half baked. Remember how TEW was announced right at the time everyone thought it was Fallout 4? And it came off sandwiched between Wolfenstein, if I remember correctly? I can't imagine they'd want to repeat past mistakes. It would make more sense for the series longevity.
If you really want to see Mary, you should just die. But you might be heading to a different place than Mary, James.