The Simpsons: Hit and Run 2 was in the works at one point and even had a gameplay prototype

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The Simpsons Hit and Run 2 was once in development before EA obtained the rights to produce The Simpsons games. Hit and Run senior designer Joe McGinn revealed in an interview with GAME Media that there were some very early gameplay prototypes of a sequel to the Springfield-based crazy driving game แทงบอลสเต็ป 3.

“I remember our psychic guru – Gray Mayer – made connected vehicles work,” McGinn says, “so you can have a trailer pulled behind a car with funny results.”

It’s interesting to hear that ideas for a sequel were actually in the works at some point after the first was released, but alas, that wasn’t the case. “We never got very far before EA won the right to the Simpsons Movie game,” McGinn explains, “so unfortunately we couldn’t do anything but move on.”

Hit and Run

Hit and Run originally released in 2003 on GameCube, PS2, and Xbox, and has seen you play as a variety of different Simpsons characters driving all kinds of vehicles to complete timed missions. With an open world feel and plenty of Simpsons humor, it cemented its place as one of the most memorable games on the famous TV show.

Just last year, Hit and Run creator Vlad Ceraldi expressed a desire to see the game remastered or remade in an interview with Ladbible. McGinn also seems to share the same sentiment, saying, “I would love to have it on my Nintendo Switch myself.” McGinn adds that if you can find the PC version, it works on modern versions of Windows.

As one of the standout games based on the famous cartoon family, the love for The Simpsons Hit and Run continues to this day. I can’t help but wonder what the sequel would have been and how it would have developed on the first. Just knowing that a prototype has already existed is quite tempting, isn’t it? Still, we can live in the hope that maybe we will see a remaster someday.

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