In theory this sounds like a good idea but asking a new team to work on code from 2011 and code they are not familiar with would be a nightmareGeforcerFX wrote:While I would love a TDU3 it would be 3 years away at best. I say make some money off the IP now. TDU2 can still have some graphical improvements done, new cars added. So take TDU2 make it free to play, improve what you can graphically, improve the driving physics, try and start working on the bugs that are still there. Then go about getting some car licenses to add new models to the game, price them right and walla your making money off the IP very quickly. If this goes well on PC they could even move it to the next gens pretty easily and expand the user base there. The foundations are there for TDU2 to be pretty popular f2p if they gave it a shot, most of the hard work is done, a big attraction could be increasing the player count over 8, that would give them a leg up over the crew.
It would probably be easier to just start again and re-wright the game from scratch, but i do like the idea.