THE SIMPSONS: HIT AND RUN Producer Teases That The Beloved Video Game Could Be Remastered
One of the producers of The Simpsons: Hit & Run video game, which released back in 2003, recently suggested that a remaster could come to fruition. Find out more...
Fans of the classic and iconic video game have held out hope for over a decade that a follow-up or remaster could be in the works. Vlad Ceraldi, the producer of the original title, recently teased that he could see something like that happening (via Gamefragger).
"I could see it on multiple different types of platforms as a remake or remaster. It would have to take the parties who are in charge of the property to want that to happen and someone out there to decide that they were going to go out and do it. But absolutely, it would be fun to explore those characters and that universe again, that work again."
The producer said that there were conversations about remastering The Simpsons: Hit & Run at one point but they never evolved into anything. Ceraldi went on to explain that, with modern technology, a remaster would mean that ideas which were too ambitious for the original version could finally be realised.
"It would be wonderful to reinvest in how you can control the characters, how you can control the world, how much of the world you can explore in detail. So there's a lot more fidelity you can go for as far as content exploration than we were able to do in that particular era. There were a lot of references put into the game, but we didn't get everything. There's a lot more things that could be done and that would be fascinating for sure."
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