Shifting from XNA to Unity which will could mean multiple platform support.
You probably played One Finger Death Punch, a stickman brawler that’s as violent as it is emotionally captivating (with its violence). Even if you haven’t, it’s getting a sequel in 2019 according to a recent announcement from Silver Dollar Games.
What’s even better is that it will be moving away from Microsoft’s XNA toolset to develop on Unity. Though the first game released an Xbox Live Indie Title roughly five years go, there’s a chance it could come to other platforms like PlayStation 4 (“if PlayStation will accept it” as per the studio). As such, Silver Dollar has sent a proposal to Microsoft for an Xbox One release as well.
Expect pretty much the same gameplay as the first title where you hit left or right to instantaneously destroy an enemy on either side. You can expect One Finger Death Punch 2 to be at GDC 2018 in a few weeks so perhaps we’ll learn more about its changes there.