Alice: Madness Returns creator American McGee makes a strange plea to Electronic Arts for help making 'impossible' Alice: Asylum happen.
The latest creation stemming from McGee's lucrative Patreon has now been shared online. It's a 414-page design bible for what McGee's current project, Alice: Asylum
, will entail. A trailer coinciding with the design bible's release has also confirmed a development studio has partnered with McGee for Alice: Asylum
's creation. It's named Virtuous and is best known for support work and port development. There's just one issue, though, which is that EA still owns the Alice IP
At the end of the Alice: Asylum
video, McGee adds a strange plea to EA. EA's logo fades into view and the message "Let's Make Impossible Things Happen Together" is shown on-screen. Some might assume that including EA's logo on-screen implies McGee is already working with the publisher to make Alice: Asylum
happen. Unfortunately, it seems likely EA is entirely uninvolved at this point.