Details Have Surfaced Regarding A Cancelled Sequel to Conker’s Bad Fur Day
Take a look at what could have been in the canceled sequel to the raunchy and hilarious Conker's Bad Fur Day.
Conker’s Bad Fur Day is one of my biggest gaming regrets because I have never gotten around to playing it. Just on a high level, the game looks exactly like many people believed games were back in the ’90s. You control an adorable little squirrel looking animal and meet other talking animals. But, boy, those people would never guess for the M rated themes and humor throughout the game. While we did receive a remake of the original Nintendo 64 title on the Xbox, a sequel never came to fruition. However, thanks to Chris Seaver, the project lead of Conker’s Bad Fur Day, we have gotten some information on what a sequel could have looked like. You can find some design documents in the tweets below.
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According to the tweets, Conker’s Other Bad Day was going to be much more ambitious than the first title. It was going to include a section where players take the role of the dead Panther King that inhabited a dark clone of Conker in the second act of the sequel. On top of that, Rare was planning on breaking the fourth wall and have a meta moment that would have Conker speaking directly to the programmers after and end-credits fakeout.
Another design document shared included some of the worlds that would have been explored such as a Vampire Bat-infested castle that would also be the hub world and cheese kingdom with a nightclub called The Basement. On top of that, Conker would have a new love interest named Bunni the Rabbit.
You can see the overall structure of the game above too. It is sad to see could have been because I know many people who have some great memories of Conker’s Bad Fur Day.