Embracer Group announces the acquisition of 8 studios, including 3D Realms

The Embracer group is definitely very greedy. The parent company of THQ Nordic, Saber Interactive, and even Gearbox this week announced the acquisition of eight new studios. The newly acquired development teams are very diverse, from mobile to virtual reality, including indie titles. Among these studios, we find in particular 3D Worlds, responsible for the famous series Duke Nukem. The chance of finding out that the company currently has six obscure projects is on the go.

List and future of the studios involved

  • 3D worlds : The studio will continue to work on these projects, and no disruptions are expected.
  • Spli Jet Steel Works : The Danish developer will be integrated into Saber Interactive.
  • DigixArt : Currently at work Road 96French studio – Lost in harmony, 11-11 memories retold It will now be under the control of the publishing brand Koch Media.
  • force field A virtual reality specialist, the team will also join Koch Media and work with Vertigo Games, already owned by the group, on VR games.
  • Easy operator : 2D shooter developers Chase Join the ranks of Coffee Stain Studios
  • ghost ship games : the studio behind Deep Rock GalacticLikewise, it was incorporated into Coffee Stain . Studios
  • Crazy Labs : Specialized in mobile games with his credit super designerCrazyLabs join DECA Games and will continue to work in the field of your choice
  • Grimfrost : A company that sells products online related to Vikings

To date Embracer has more than 8000 employees and 70 studios around the world! The strategy of creating independent operating groups, such as THQ Nordic or Koch Media, continues. These different transactions fit perfectly with this objective and aim to strengthen these entities. The various transaction amounts are not disclosed.

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Frank Mccarthy

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