A constantly evolving game with new features has been created as a remake of The Simpsons: Hit and Run. For those who are unfamiliar, The Simpsons: Hit and Run is a semi-open-world GTA-style game that was launched during the PS2 period and gave players the chance to explore Springfield. It was divided into two stages, each with its own story mission and playable Simpson family member, due to the technical limitations of the game.
As it is immensely entertaining to drive through the animated city, hijack cars, run over people, and experience all of the funny references, it is often regarded as one of the best-licensed games available. Additionally, it has aliens, which is a good asset to the game.
There has been a lot of demand for The Simpsons: Hit and Run to be remastered, and it appears that one fan is working to make that happen. The Simpsons: Hit and Run is now being recreated by YouTuber reubs, who is adding a multiplayer mode, modernised graphics, and one continuous open world as opposed to a game divided into levels or zones, it is an attempt to revamp the 2003 version of the game. Although it is a fairly ambitious project, reubs has indicated that it is only being created for entertainment and will never be made publicly accessible.
However, given that one of the original game’s producers has suggested the potential remastering of The Simpsons: Hit and Run, this might result in an official remaster. Matt Selman, the showrunner for The Simpsons, has said that he’d love to see a remake of the game, but added that “trying to make that happen is a complicated corporate octopus.” Support for reubs’ fan project could demonstrate to Disney that there is a lot of interest in an official version of this game given the numerous demands for a remaster of this classic title.