Xbox Game Studios head Matt Booty says reports of Everwild's development having been rebooted are "a little more extreme" than what's actually going on with the project.
With E3 2021 officially over, let's take a look back at all of the announcements that flopped along with a few others that angered fans.
Following recent reports that the game's development has been completely rebooted, Rare has also confirmed that the project is being led by Gregg Mayles.
Multiple upcoming first party Xbox games are currently scheduled for 2023 launches, according to GamesBeat journalist Jeff Grubb.
Rare's game allegedly rebooted development following the departure of its creative director, and is currently targeting a 2023 launch.
Neither will Everwild, Hellblade 2, or Hideo Kojima's new game.
It seems Rare has been working on the game in some form or another for a long time now.
Three of Xbox's biggest exclusives could be even further off than initially believed.
"Something unique is brewing at Rare," says James Blackham.
Simon Woodroffe will no longer be heading up the game.
You must protect nature in the upcoming fantasy title.
It seems like Microsoft aren't that committed to cross-gen support after all.
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"We have an idea we feel really passionate about, and we think there’s something special," says Rare's studio head Craig Duncan.
The game could have some unannounced ongoing functions.
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James Blackham is one of the leads for the upcoming fantasy title.
Basically, stop asking them about Banjo already.
The colorful game probably isn't going to be out for a good while.