RoboCop: Rogue City Took 3 Years to Develop, Currently No Sequel or DLC Plans

Game director Piotr Łatocha is also unaware of any plans for a Game Pass or PlayStation Plus release “at this particular moment.”

Given the positive word of mouth for Terminator: Resistance, it seemed a given that Teyon’s RoboCop: Rogue City would do well. Not only did it debut fourth in Gfk’s UK physical sales charts, but the first-person shooter also became publisher Nacon’s biggest launch yet. Interestingly, it took around three years to develop, per game director Piotr Łatocha in an interview with eXputer.

Though the developer promised to share details on New Game Plus in the coming weeks, what about plans for adding more content to the game? Could Teyon launch DLC akin to Terminator: Resistance’s Annihilation Line? Or maybe a full-fledged sequel? Łatocha responds, “Not at this moment, but only time will tell.”

He’s also unaware of any plans “at this particular moment” to bring the title to Game Pass or PlayStation Plus. Plans could always change, so stay tuned for updates. RoboCop: Rogue City is available for Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and PC.