American McGee Proposes Third Alice Installment

It’s been six years since the second installment of American McGee’s Alice series. With little news since the last release, silence has finally been broken surrounding a third title in the series.

American McGee has stated that he is starting a proposal to present to EA with the tentative title ‘Alice Asylum’. He went on to state:

“This proposal will include artwork, design outline, and financial/business model. When this proposal is finished (and assuming all the numbers and constraints make sense) it’ll be sent to EA. You can show your support for this effort by signing up to the mailing list below.”

This will come as good news to fans of the series which has a cult following. The rest is now up to the proposal, and EA’s approval to move forward. Alice: Madness Returns released in 2011 and is now available as part of the Xbox 360 backwards compatibility program.

We’ll bring you the latest news as it develops from American McGee. Do you want another installment? Or is the story best left down the rabbit hole? Sound off in the comments below!

Source: American McGee

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