Guillermo del Toro's inSANE to be a trilogy


At the Spike Video Game Awards the Guillermo del Toro / THQ project inSANE was announced with a very short teaser trailer. THQ has now revealed in a press release that THQ and del Toro have reached a multi-year agreement and inSANE will be the first of an "original trilogy of triple-A games."

Del Toro will be working closeley with THQ executives and developer Volition, Inc. as a creative director on inSANE and its planned sequels.

"THQ is committed to creating great games by identifying the world’s most talented artists and providing them with the creative support to design innovative game play experiences," said Danny Bilson, THQ core games boss. "Guillermo is not only an incredibly gifted writer and film director, but also an avid gamer, and we are excited to bring his talents to our medium. We are confident his unique point of view will create visually stunning adventures, filled with rich and rewarding game play."

Writer/director Guillermo del Toro is also looking forward to bringing this new experience to gamers.

"With this new series of video games, I want to take players to a place they have never seen before, where every single action makes them question their own senses of morality and reality," said del Toro. "THQ and Volition, Inc. are equally excited to make this vision of a completely new game universe into a reality."

Not much is known about inSANE at this point other than its distinction as a horror game. It is set to come out sometime in 2013.


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