The narrative goes that games companies are moving away from single players experiences but that's certainly not that case over at Sniper Elite maker Rebellion.
In an interview with MCV, CEO and co-founder Jason Kingsley said that the British game company is not moving away from single player.
"I like single player and co-op games, because I don't really like playing against players, I like playing against the AI," Kingsley said.
"This controversy over single player games going away? If we're making games, we're never going to drop single player. We love single player."
This follows EA closing Visceral Games, best known for the Dead Space series. There was speculation at the time that this was due to the Star Wars project the team was working on at the time being a single player experience, with EA saying it was moving focus due to market shifts, presumably to more of a service-based model.
Make of that what you will.