Insomniac Games has let the Resistance franchise go, but it's still keen as mustard on Ratchet & Clank.
“They’re great games, I’m really proud of what we’ve accomplished with them," Insomniac Games CEO Ted Price told OPM.
"I think that, speaking for the team, we all want to continue experimenting with Ratchet. From the very beginning it’s been a universe that didn’t have any rules. We felt free to continue to keep taking it in new directions and maybe that’s what we’ll do," he added.
"I don’t like to talk about where we’re going with future games, all I know is that Ratchet will always be near and dear to our hearts”.
The Ratchet & Clank series has spawned thirteen releases including spin-offs. The latest entry is Full Frontal Assault, known as Q-Force in PAL territories.