Chief Creative Officer Eric Nofsinger teases announcements from High Voltage Software at E3 in June and talks about The Conduit's multiplayer.
Despite the technical difficulties that happened during Sega's Conduit Multiplayer Event, Destructoid sat down with Eric Nofsinger, High Voltage Software's Chief Creative Officer, and discussed the importance of the game as a Wii third party release and detailed the multiplayer.
Among many topics, Destructoid asked about downloadable content on The Conduit. Nofsinger confirmed that the game will not have downloadable content but that the idea has not been discarded and may appear on future releases. In lieu of this question, he then teased that there will be announcements from High Voltage Software at or around E3. "We've already uncovered a lot of new techniques that folks are going to be seeing from us…we're really excited to show off some our new tech."
Nofsinger also talked about The Conduit's online system. "We think we've come up with something that is more elegant than Mario Kart, but it's along the same kind of experience for gamers to get in and play." Among the numerous multiplayer modes, there will be ones that will be particularly easy to jump into.
He reiterates that while Conduit will be a good single player affair, it's the multiplayer that gives the game its significance. "You know, we want this to be a great experience, and multiplayer is a part of this."
You can read more of Eric’s comments here.