Despite a lackluster - to say the least - reception and being embroiled in a bitter lawsuit with Epic over the handling of the Unreal Engine 3, Silicon Knights still hopes to complete the Too Human trilogy, although they admit not much more can be said on the matter. The epic cyberpunk retelling of Norse mythology was originally planned as a staggered three-part release, with Microsoft so enthused in Silicon Knight's work they forked over fifty million for the exclusive rights.
However, the final product - after over ten years of development, numerous platform-switches and the aforementioned Unreal Engine fiasco - ended up in the first Too Human title failing to excite critics or consumers enough to warrant a sequel. Or so it would seem. Silicon Knights had been very vocal in admitting work on the sequel had already begun before the first game was released. And Dyack has told Industry Gamers, "We intend to finish the trilogy, but no comment beyond that". Their lawsuit with Epic is still ongoing, and until it reaches a conclusion I doubt we'll be hearing much from Silicon Knights on Baldur's return to Asgard. [Industry Gamers]