Activision’s producer for Singularity, Kekoa Lee-Creel, has said that it’s “absolutely critical” for the game to have a demo released before it hits retail.
“The shooter market is saturated, it’s tough to break in right now when there’s a lot of great, well-established franchises,” he told Develop. “We’re definitely on track to release a demo. That’s absolutely critical.
“It’s so hard to convey how a game feels, but I have confidence that once we can cross that threshold I think we’re good.”
Singularity is slated for release this year for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.
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