The creators of the 1994 game Little Big Adventure are planning their big comeback. Initially, the plan was to create a reboot and a third installment, but the important thing is that something is in the works, and now it has been clarified what that something is.
The main objective is to develop the reboot, but before the studio gets there, they will first tackle the complete remakes of the first two Little Big Adventure games. The remakes are being made in Unreal Engine 5 with the goal of generating interest in the franchise.
The upcoming Steam festival will assist in this effort. The developers plan to cut a piece from the first game’s remake and make it playable as a demo during the event, which takes place between June 19th and 26th. The playable version will only be a taste, but the ultimate goal is to have both Little Big Adventure remakes completed by 2024, the 30th anniversary of the franchise.
Pictures of the games, titled “Remastered,” have already been released. The subtitle should not mislead anyone; these are full-fledged remakes.
If the remakes generate enough buzz, a publisher will hopefully take notice and help with the creation of the reboot. This is a long-term plan, but either way, we will benefit from it. At worst, we will receive two remakes of two wonderful adventure games. These remakes are being developed in Unreal Engine 5, a state-of-the-art game engine, with the intention of generating interest in the franchise.
To promote the remakes, the developers plan to release a playable demo during an upcoming Steam festival. The demo will showcase a piece of the first game’s remake, giving players a taste of what’s to come. While the demo will only be a small glimpse into the full game, the ultimate goal is to have both Little Big Adventure remakes completed by 2024, in time for the franchise’s 30th anniversary.
The remakes, titled “Remastered,” are not simply updated versions of the original games, but rather full-fledged remakes with updated graphics, sound, and gameplay mechanics. The developers are hoping that these remakes will generate enough buzz to catch the attention of a publisher, who can help with the creation of the reboot.