Ninja Theory, the studio behind the powerful Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, revealed their upcoming online multiplayer shooter title during E3 2019, Bleeding Edge. One thing people noticed was how unique the characters looked, prompting requests for single-player campaigns or Overwatch-style background stories.
Well, Bleeding Edge director Rahni Tucker has similar thoughts, and wishes the studio will eventually produce single-player campaigns for the characters or even potential standalone single-player titles.
To be honest though I think we could do some really great single-player campaigns with the game. But it’s such a small team and the multiplayer is at the core of the game. It’s the most important thing and you can’t do it second. It has to be first. [laughs] For me the multiplayer is the game. We have the potential to do single-player stuff in the future, like maybe, there’s plenty of interesting stories to tell with the characters but we’ll just have to see.
Bleeding Edge still doesn’t have a set release date as of yet, but will come out to PS4, Xbox One, and PC. However, the game should receive its alpha demo sometime later this month.
[Source: Metro GameCentral]