Tony Montana’s Story Could have Continued: This Is What Scarface 2 Would Have Looked Like! [VIDEO]

Radical Entertainment, the company behind the first instalment (Scarface: The World Is Yours), could have taken Tony Montana to Las Vegas and the Nevada desert…


The video below summarizes the concept art, quietly sitting on the artists’ ArtStation profiles for years. So Scarface 2 could have been set in Las Vegas and the surrounding Nevada desert, but the screenshots from the game also show a casino and a garage used for parking. Drugs would have also played a pivotal role, as that’s what the Scarface movie was about (and let’s not deny it: Al Pacino’s performance was brilliant).

Let’s look back a bit: Radical was acquired by Vivendi Universal Entertainment in 2005, in the middle of the development of Scarface: The World Is Yours. Blizzard was also under Vivendi, and the French media giant was responsible for creating Activision Blizzard, although the company then backed out of the publishing giant it had created. Radical worked on Prototype, culminating in Prototype 2 in 2012, their last game, after which they helped Bungie make the first Destiny.

Scarface: The World Is Yours gave us an alternative storyline: what if Tony hadn’t ended up in the fountain at the film’s end? In rather crude terms (in English, he swears a lot), Montana could execute Sosa’s number one assassin (The Skull) and then take down Sosa’s gang… but he loses his empire and has to rebuild from scratch. Released on PC, PlayStation 2, Xbox and Nintendo Wii, the otherwise fair Grand Theft Auto clone ends with Alejandro Sosa, former partner and now number one rival, dead.

Could Tony Montana have expanded his drug empire outside Miami? It could have been an exciting sequel… but sadly, it will never happen after it was cancelled in 2009.

Source: VGC

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