At the point when Leslies Benzies the former head of Rockstar declared that his aim is to develop another game, the project name is “Everywhere”, but there’s no information shared publically yet that what type of game would it be and in what plateforms it will be available, it will still be a mystery for a while but we do know something for sure that project “Everywhere” will use Amazon’s free game engine, Lumberyard.
Leslie Benzies stated that ” He’s to happy to be a part of the previous games progressions, yet I am much more amped up for what we have in store for the future, the name of the new project of the new game is Everywhere and the vision is for eternity, with the ability to create and develop. We will likely make a game where players can be engaged, and furthermore engage others while obscuring the lines amongst reality, and a recreated world.”
Leslie further stated that Amazon and cloud give us the power and adaptability to make another sort of game that was at no other time feasible for now’s huge gaming groups, Lumberyard’s user and cloud characteristics let us to keep concentration on the creative components of our game.
The two former Rockstars, the lead software engineer Colin Entwistle and the sound executive Matthew Smith also join project “Everywhere”. These three ex-Rocksters have done more than you can imagine in the previous decade, from GTA 3 to GTA V, Red Dead Redemtion and Max Payne 3.