Good news for fans of Detective Pikachu 2, which is still in development, a recruitment website has revealed.
A second Detective Pikachu title is still in development, according to a new job ad for developer Creatures Inc. As posted on Creatures Inc’s recruitment website, a programmer named ‘KT’ revealed that he is “working on a Detective Pikachu sequel, while also creating a system in Literature Department of Environmental Development. will serve as the main platform for game production in general in the future.”
This news should give some Pokémon fans some relief, as word of a sequel to the original 3DS has been flimsy since it was announced three years ago. However, the new information seems to make it clear that development of the game is still going smoothly. For those who do not know, in the game you will play the role of a Pikachu with the ability to talk like a human, although not as strong and agile as other Pikachu of the same type, but quite intelligent and self-identified as a Pikachu. talented detective. One day, Detective Pikachu meets a boy named Tim Goodman who can understand what Pikachu is saying. They are immediately put to the test with retrieving a stolen necklace from the thief Aipom.
They then go to the Baker Detective Agency and meet Mike Baker and his secretary Amanda Blackstone, both of whom are close friends with Harry Goodman, Tim’s father and owner of Pikachu. Harry went missing after a mysterious car accident happened at the same time Pikachu lost his memory. Tim and Pikachu deduce that Harry was last seen trying to investigate the Litwick Cave, and arrive in time to rescue GNN reporter Meiko Okamoto and her assistant Emilia Christie from the aggressive Glalie. The journey also begins from here.
The post goes on to reveal that the company, which has been developing Pokémon model processing for mainstream games over the past decade, is looking to incorporate cutting-edge graphics technology into future titles. his future. “With new technologies emerging every day, such as Ray-Tracing, Super-Resolution and object luminosity by tracking light rays, and super-resolution technologies such as DLSS become increasingly indispensable. ‘ said KT.
“I’m also keeping an eye on the technologies introduced in the latest game engines like Unreal Engine 5.” Originally announced in 2019, the Detective Pikachu sequel is said to continue the story of the first game. However, rumors about a sequel to the successful Detective Pikachu movie were recently denied by one of the stars of the original film. Justice Smith told Inverse that while he wanted to be in Detective Pikachu 2, he didn’t think it was going to happen.
“I’d love to do the voice acting in Detective Pikachu 2,” Smith added, “I don’t know if that’s going to happen. Although I really hope so, although to be honest, the chances of a sequel in the film would be very low.”