This would have been Scarface 2, a game canceled by Radical Entertainment

The videogame Scarface: The World Is Yours could have a sequel. the youtube channel Mafia Game Videos has collected concept art of this Scarface 2 which, if successful, would have developed Radical Entertainment in 2009. These illustrations have been making the rounds during the profiles of various artists on the ArtStation platform, but have gone largely unnoticed until now.

The images show us that this time the action would take place mainly in Las Vegas and the surroundings of the Nevada desert. There are also some screenshots in-game with casino lounges and parking garages, so it seems we could participate in all the activities of the premises and drive outside the urban core.

Continuing the movie story

The game Scarface: The World Is Yours 2006 took the final scene of the film version directed by Brian De Palma for change the fate of tony montana, who will now seek revenge against Alejandro Sosa and restore his drug empire in Miami. Several actors from the film returned to voice their characters, but not Al Pacino, although he allowed the use of his face for the virtual Montana and chose the actor to play his role. achieved some good reviews of media, but perhaps not the commercial success that would ensure the sequel.

Radical Entertainment was known for working on various licenses –The Simpsons: Road Rage, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The Simpsons: Hit & Run, The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction– and was acquired by Vivendi Universal in 2005, to later merge with Activision in 2008. At this time they developed Prototype and its sequel, as well as assisting Bungie with the creation of the first Destiny.

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