Follow-ups to Flashpoint, DiRT, and GRID are on the way

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Earlier this year, India-based multimedia company Reliance Big Entertainment acquired a 50 percent stake in Codemasters. Naturally, this caused many to believe the UK developer would shift resources over to India to keep development costs down.

Codemasters VP Gavin Cheshire, in an interview with Develop, says “this is absolutely not the case … it’s very much about Reliance investing in our skills and abilities over here in the UK.” Continuing, he believes it’s “a good fit for both parties, which gives us the financial muscle to push on to the next level.”

This all ties into the talk of sequels, which is what you came here for, isn’t it? “In Southam it’s full steam ahead with the next iteration in our Flashpoint series, as well as the next DiRT and GRID. It’ll be interesting to see how it all pans out,” Cheshire says.

Actually, we’ve heard about DiRT 3 before. Of the three, it’s easily the most appealing to me personally. Which games, if any, are you feeling?

Codemasters: Taking aim [Develop via Shacknews]


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