Splash Damage CEO Paul Wedgwood has told IncGamers that it’s not inconceivable for Splash Damage to return to some IPs it worked on in its early days as a production studio.When asked if Splash Damage would consider revisiting some of the most successful PC titles such as Quake, Doom, Enemy Territory and Wolfenstein, Wedgwood said that it wasn’t beyond the realms of possibility.”While we’re not thinking about what we’re going to do next as we’re focused entirely on Brink… the point, of course, is that Zenimax bought id Software, so those intellectual properties – Enemy Territory, Wolfenstein, Quake, Doom, and stuff – they’re within that Bethesda family now. So we certainly wouldn’t shy away from the idea of working on any of those things because we love doing it, but right now our sole focus is on Brink.”It’s not something that we’re thinking about seriously at the moment,” he finished.Brink is out later this year and we’re very much looking forward to it…

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