Killer Instinct’s Rumoured Recovery Could Involve Bandai Namco
Although Killer Instinct has been inactive for many years, recent rumors indicate that a sequel is now developing. According to reports, Microsoft has enlisted the support of Soulcalibur publishers Bandai Namco and Tekken to get this project off its feet.
At the Xbox podcast, @Shpeshal_nick claimed that a Killer Instinct remake could be in the making. Jez Corden, WindowsCentral, stated that there are rumors that Bandai Namco Entertainment is helping to develop the next Killer Instinct. However, Microsoft has yet to comment.
Killer Instinct’s Rumoured Reboot Could Involve Bandai Namco
Killer Instinct has wrapped up its post-launch support in 2017. Iron Galaxy developers are currently creating their wrestling match royale via Rumbleverse. Although they have stated that they would like to make a new game, it is possible they don’t have the necessary resources.
Bandai Namco Entertainment isn’t known for its Western IPs in fighting games. However, that doesn’t mean they aren’t possible. This information is not confirmed at this time, so please take these rumors with a grain of salt. If we get more information, we’ll keep you updated.