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Ninja Theory has no intention to continue to Heavenly Sword?

Not so long ago the network was a rumor that the studio Ninja Theory, also released a draft Enslaved, working on the continuation of PS3-exclusive Heavenly Sword. Not so long ago the network was a rumor that the studio Ninja Theory, also released a draft Enslaved, working on the continuation of PS3-exclusive Heavenly Sword. The rumor was pretty detailed, communicated, even details about the time of the story and battle system. However, Ninja Theory this information

Not so long ago the network was a rumor that the studio Ninja Theory, also released a draft Enslaved, working on the continuation of PS3-exclusive Heavenly Sword. The rumor was pretty detailed, communicated, even details about the time of the story and battle system. However, Ninja Theory have refuted this information. `We do not currently developing any HS2, or anything else related to this intellectual property`, - said the representative of the studio via Twitter. It is possible that the above rumor still has a base, but is currently working on a sequel is not being. After all, the priority is now the studio is Devil May Cry

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