Arkane Studios has enjoyed plaudits for the vast majority of the games it has developed over the years, and 2021’s Deathloop was no different. The first person shooter has received its fair share of praise since its PS5 and PC launch nearly two years ago, while its Xbox Series X/S release back in September opened it up to an even wider audience.
And interestingly enough, it seems Arkane may not be done with that IP just yet. Jason Kelley, who voiced Deathloop’s protagonist Cole, may have let slip in a recent livestream with Ozioma Akagha – who voiced second protagonist Juliana in the game – that the pair are still lending their talents and portraying the characters for something that may not have been officially announced.
While speaking about the process of auditioning for Deathloop, when asked about the codenames that Bethesda used for the game as part of the process, Kelley said, “Yes, I can’t say them because they’re still sometimes hiring us under the codenames.” Sheepishly, he then added, “Did I just say something I shouldn’t have said?” His reaction, as well as Akagha’s, seemed to suggest that he most certainly did.
Funnily enough, this isn’t the first time that Kelley has suggested that a new Deathloop game might be in the works. In May, he tweeted a picture of himself in a recording booth, using hashtags that suggested he was voicing Colt once again. Read more on that through here.
Of course, if there is indeed a new Deathloop game in the works – or perhaps even an expansion for the first one – we might not find out more about it in an official capacity for a while (especially if its the former). That said, developer Arkane does have other things in the works, with open world shooter Redfall currently in development and allegedly launching for Xbox Series X/S and PC in May.