I certainly hope so. I wouldn't want anyone other than Rebellion making another AVP game. If they ever get another chance it will be a dream come true. AVP Classic never gets old and captures the look and feel of each species PERFECTLY. While I love Monolith games like FEAR and Condemned I don't want them anywhere near AVP again if they handle it like AVP 2 . I love AVP 2 as a shooter game, but not as an AVP game if that makes sense. We could do without slow, cartoony, and gliding Aliens.
Everyone's entitled to their own opinion, but good gravy. It's like you switched which game was developed by which developer.
Monolith nailed the atmosphere in AVP2. The species' representation was much more faithful to the films (compared to preceding AVP games), it had an epic intertwining story, MUCH better balanced multiplayer, and superior gameplay.
Even though I really like AVP Classic, it was a travesty in comparison - it grossly misrepresented both the Alien and Predator species, the multiplayer was broken, there was practically no story, gameplay was borked for the Alien, and the cartoony/gliding Alien points you mentioned were far
more extreme in it than in AVP2. As far as their speed goes, I agree they were a bit slow in AVP2, but they were also way
too fast in AVP Classic.
I'm all for Rebellion giving AVP another go (so long as they've listened closely to AVP'10's feedback; Rebellion had some brilliant ideas that needed refining/fleshing out), but I believe Monolith is the more capable dev of the two.