New Geometry Wars ‘conversations’ happened, says Phil Spencer
Phil Spencer answers questions about the future of Geometry Wars.
Although Microsoft shut down development studio, Bizzare Creations, corporate vice president at Microsoft Studios, Phil Spencer, did not shy away from Twitter questions regarding the Geometry Wars future.
Geometry Wars, the twin stick shooter full of exploding neon shapes, saw its end when studio Bizzare Creations closed down after Activision failed to find a buyer for the company.
When asked about a possible partnership between Activision and Microsoft to bring another Geometry Wars to the Xbox One, Phil Spencer explained that "conversations have been had…"
@Steverulez Oh I'll respond. Let's just say as someone who worked on PGR I have a lot of love for GW. Conversations have been had…
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) September 12, 2013
Far from confirming a third Geometry Wars game, discussions around another entry brings forth some hope for the dormant franchise.
Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved launched with the Xbox 360 as an Xbox Live Arcade title. Bizzare Creations later released Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 which included a number of new modes and different scoring system.