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Insomniac not making any more Resistance games

It's a bit surprising to hear, considering the widespread popularity of first-person shooters nowadays, but Insomniac dropped this bomb on VG247 today during Southern Methodist University's Game::Business::Law Summit.

“We won’t be making any more Resistances,” said Ted Price, the studio's CEO.

Whether that means the Resistance series is over in its entirety, or if it just means Insomniac won't be developing them, is unknown. Either way, it means the last Insomniac-developed Resistance is Resistance 3, which hit shelves last Sept.

Insomniac will now be focusing its efforts on Overstrike, a four-player, cooperative shooter announced at E3 2011.

Reported by Jonathan Davila



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