Bossa Studios on why Worlds Adrift failed and what’s subsequent


Even though Worlds Adrift sunsetted back in July, developer Bossa Studios did not. Moreover, it would seem that the firm is undertaking much better just after dropping the game according to the studio’s common manager.

In an interview with GamesIndustry, common manager Daniel Clough ruminated on what created Worlds Adrift fall flat, concluding it was a mixture of restricted sources, shifting organization priorities, and the difficulty of operating with Improbable’s SpatialOS technologies on that final point, Clough is fast to point out that SpatialOS wasn’t the factor that meant Worlds Adrift would succeed or fail.

So what is Bossa Studios up to presently? They’re going back to their I Am Bread and Surgeon Simulator wheelhouse, which includes a project for Apple Arcade, publishing of the in-improvement puzzler The Bradwell Conspiracy, and the irreverent physics-primarily based silliness of Pigeon Simulator. Even so, Clough admits that Bossa Studios is searching forward to releasing bigger-scale games in the future. “We’re attempting to make positive as a studio we can take these sort of concepts but also have sufficient talent, capacity and approach to be capable to function on these games,” says Clough. “I feel the studio can continue to do games like Worlds Adrift and difficult AI games as effectively as other stuff, but we have to be realistic that we’re the size of studio that we are.”

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