Shovel Knight launched to rave reviews back in 2014 and perfected the 2D platforming formula and also proved to be a success on the sales front. In a recent interview, the team says that they still wish to pursue a Shovel Knight 64. A 3D platformer that resembles those of days gone by with the talented team’s unique twist to the genre.
I think one of the things we want to work on in the far future is definitely like a Shovel Knight 64, a 3D platformer. We would all love that. We all love Mario 64 to pieces and would just love to be able to jump into that.