Famed creator of the Metal Gear series Hideo Kojima has announced the cancellation of the Zone of the Enders sequel. Kojima made the announcement via his online radio show. It is thought that the decision was made due to poor sales of the Zone of the Enders HD collection, which featured the first two Zone of the Enders games remastered into HD.
One of the main issues that the HD collection faced was the boost in framerate from 30 framerates to 60, which still was not enough to compliment the high intense action featured in Zone of the Enders. Hideo Kojima has apologised for the poor quality and the team are currently working on a patch to fix these issues for the Playstation 3. There are currently no plans for a Xbox 360 patch.
It seems unlikely that the sequel will be developed anytime soon, especially with Hideo Kojima breaking up the Zone of the Enders Team. There still maybe hope for a sequel however, as Kojima had said he would re-evaluate the Zone of the Enders Series and had also asked fans for their opinions on a sequel which was first announced last year.
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