As you probably know, we just recently published another astonishing instalment of ‘The Last Door’ series, Season Two, Episode Three “The Reunion”. I figured that maybe there’s a few players wondering what’s next for the series. Keep reading, and I’ll try to lay out our immediate plans for you, as a I answer some of the most popular question we’ve been asked recently.
How many more episodes are going to be?
Now, our main focus is in finishing the second season of the series with one more episode. This would make a total of 4 episodes, as they were in the first season. Pre-production of the final episode of the season will start soon, in September, as soon as everybody is back from a short holiday leave.
Will S02E04 be the last episode ever?
For now, all we know is that we want to give something else a try. We’ve been working in ‘The Last Door’ for more than two years, and it’s increasingly evident for us that we, as artists, need to give something else a try. This doesn’t mean there won’t be a third season at some point, but for now, we’ll be granting us the chance to take some risks with a new game.
Regarding the story, is going to have and ending?
Yes. The next episode will provide a satisfactory ending: Many question will be answered at last, but also expect a few of them to remain, for you to provide your own theories or for us to address in the future.
Are you bringing ‘Season Two’ to [Steam/GoG/iOS/Android/etc.]?
Yes! We’re in conversation with Phoenix Online Publishing to release the new season on all of major platforms. For season one, we didn’t start working on releasing the Collector’s Edition until all four episodes were done and released in the website. For Season Two, on the contrary, work has already started, and it’s coming along very nicely. Our plan is to make at least Steam happen as soon as possible.
If it’s humanly possible, and mostly because you guys have asked for it in numerous occasions, we’ll be releasing Season Two in some of those platforms before the final episode is finished and available in the website. Later, shortly after it hits the website, release it on all other platforms via update, so it’s in you hand as soon as possible, regardless of your platform of choice.
We never had a release so big before, so please bear with us. Many things could go wrong and have our plans frustrated, but we believe even in the worst case scenario, we’ll still be able to release all platforms in a much shorter time span than Season One. Finger crossed 😉
Our friends at Phoenix Online are going to help us through, and like in the previous occasion, they’ll be sharing all the details with you along the process.
More languages for Steam/GoG/iOS/Android
We’re happy to announce that, close to the release of the new season, we’re planning to issue an update for ‘The Last Door – Collector’s Edition’ that:
- Will add official support for some languages.
- In the case of the Steam/Gog version, will add support for user created translations.
What about Windows Phone?
The first season of The Last Door it’s coming to Windows Phone really soon, published by our friends at GameTroopers. Exact dates are to be announced soon, we’ll keep you posted!
What’s the next project going to be about?
Honestly, at the moment, we don’t have a clue! We still have one entirely new episode ahead of us, and that’s all that occupies our mind right now. For now, all that we know about our future game is that we want it to be as personal and unique as ‘The Last Door’ is. Maybe it won’t be horror, nor point and click, but it’s still be something any ‘The Last Door’ player could relate to.
Have more questions?
I would love to have your questions answered, so if you have anything to say or to ask for, just leave a comment and I will happily address them.