According to reports from the usual Jeff Grubb, Everwild would have undergone an almost total reboot after leaving the creative director and would still be far away.
Everwild was another of the illustrious absentees at the Xbox and Bethesda E3 2021 Showcase last night, despite the rumors that his absence could already be expected, but this would have been due to a still preliminary state of work, considering that the development it started from scratch , according to Jeff Grubb.
As usual, we are reporting rumors, also in this case by the journalist / insider Jeff Grubb , now extremely popular in this role. Therefore, this is not official information and should not be taken as such, but the source in question has shown that it can be reliable, so we take it into consideration.
According to reports from Grubb, the development of Everwild would have restarted almost from scratch, thus undergoing a real “reboot” following the exit of Simon Woodroffe , who left Rare and his role as creative director on Everwild some month ago.
“It has been restarted”, Grubb reported during a recent podcast, “Everyone knows that the creative director left Rare and after that event they restarted production , so it’s still a long way from completion, currently he has a window of time. release scheduled for 2023, perhaps “.
However, it could come even later, according to Grubb: “there’s a lot of stuff schedule to 2023 from XBOX so if there is any reason to push to 2024 it will get pushed, it’s easily on the zone that this could happend” In short, the wait would still be very long, considering that the first Everwild presentation trailer dates back to the end of 2019 and the game had returned to show itself last July with another trailer on Xbox Series X.