An insider has claimed that Infamous will be making a return soon, in all likelihood at the upcoming PlayStation Showcase.

This hearsay comes from insider Shpeshal Nick, who has formerly leaked data approximately the Iki Island growth contained inside Ghost of Tsushima’s Director’s Cut.

Shpeshal Nick commenced making a few predictions and leaks toward what is probably shown at the PlayStation Showcase. One of the things that Nick got confirmed through his source is the advent of the subsequent God of War. One aspect that he noted, however couldn’t verify, changed into the go back of Sucker Punch’s Infamous.

Nick Tweeted, “Ok. Please take this one with a grain of salt because it’s one of the matters I couldn’t get showed. But due to the fact I just like the collection I’m hoping it’s genuine. But there’s a chance we ought to see Infamous make a go back at Sony’s show off. Fingers crossed.”

It’s not too clear from the Tweet whether or not this is simply wishful questioning on Nick’s part, or whether it may be taken as an real hint at a brand new Infamous name. Nick seems particularly doubtful that we will see it on the PlayStation Showcase but still appears to be hinting that a return to the collection is coming in some unspecified time in the future or another.

If Infamous does make a return, the biggest question could be who is developing it? Sucker Punch is the authentic author of Infamous, but seems pretty preoccupied with Ghost of Tsushima, and is rumoured to be running on a sequel to that sport. Considering it only just released the Director’s Cut version of that recreation, it does not seem in all likelihood that it will be returning to Infamous quickly until the studio is split into several groups like Naughty Dog is.

Another opportunity is that some other studio will take at the Infamous licence, which wouldn’t be too a long way-fetched considering Sucker Punch allowed Sanzaru Games to create the fourth Sly Cooper recreation. Rumours have additionally been stirring that a new Sly recreation is within the works, despite the fact that the network does not seem so positive.