Oh Activision, you big teases.
All we have to go on currently is a teaser website and a painfully brief video that recently went live, but it looks like Activision are preparing to announce something with regard to Sierra Entertainment -- the developer and publisher best known for games like Gabriel Knight, King's Quest, Space Quest, Homeworld, and Phantasmagoria.
Sierra was a Vivendi subsidiary from 2000, and actually became part of Activision during the Acti-Vivendi merger back in 2008. Following its heyday as a developer of some of the finest adventure games of the 80s and 90s, however, Sierra published the likes of Half-Life and Counter-strike for Valve, as well as launching the Crash Bandicoot and Spyro franchises.
So what the hell does this tease mean?
ARE WE GETTING A NEW NO ONE LIVES FOREVER OR SWAT OR KING'S QUEST? OMFG!!!
Let's not get ahead of ourselves. After all, big businesses reviving brands don't exactly have the best track record (see also: Atari, Interplay, Midway).
We're predicting a King's Quest F2P MOBA for PC and mobile platforms. We won't have long to wait to know more, in any case, as Gamescom is just around the corner.
What Sierra franchises would you like to see make a return?