Supermassive Games Fully Acquired by Nordisk

Until Dawn, The Quarry studio Supermassive Games has been totally acquired by Nordisk Games, which is owned by leisure firm Nordisk Film. Nordisk additionally owns Just Cause developer Avalanche Studios Group and Metroid Dread developer MercurySteam amongst different studios. The firm beforehand acquired a 30.7 % stake in Supermassive.

Supermassive is at the moment engaged on The Dark Pictures Anthology

Having launched The Quarry, Supermassive is constant work on The Dark Pictures Anthology. The subsequent installment, The Devil in Me, will launch this fall throughout all platforms besides the Switch. In a press launch, Supermassive’s CEO Pete Samuels stated that the acquisition gives monetary safety and growth sources. His assertion reads:

It’s been somewhat over a 12 months since Nordisk Games made an preliminary funding in Supermassive Games and our imaginative and prescient for the long run. During that point, we have now discovered that we share a variety of essential values with Mikkel and his staff, and we imagine these values to be equally essential to our present industrial companions who we are going to proceed to assist. Having had such a optimistic expertise over the previous 12 months it wasn’t a troublesome determination when Nordisk Games wished to discover growing their funding. We have an thrilling and bold progress technique for Supermassive Games and Nordisk Games possession solely enhances that. I’m massively enthusiastic about the place the safety supplied by this partnership, and continued entry to the experience inside Nordisk Games, will take us subsequent.

Supermassive has a historical past of releasing PlayStation-exclusives. It has launched a sequence of horror video games on Sony’s platforms, with Until Dawn being probably the most notable and profitable among the many pack.

In different information, Square Enix has stated that it opted towards Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth PS4 model as a result of it’s graphically intensive, and a brand new report claims that Rockstar Games has dropped plans to port Red Dead Redemption 2 to the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.

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