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A Space for the Unbound devs reclaim publishing rights

A Space for the Unbound devs reclaim publishing rights


Indonesian developer Mojiken Studio introduced on Twitter that it is acquired the publishing rights to its journey sport, A Space for the Unbound

“We’re happy to substantiate that Toge Productions, Mojiken Studio, PQube, and Chorus Worldwide have reached an settlement to the satisfaction of all events,” reads the assertion. “Toge, Mojiken, and PQube are grateful for the assist of Chorus in bringing collectively a mutually agreeable decision, and respectfully want one another effectively of their future endeavors. 

In August, Mojiken and writer Toge Productions launched an announcement alleging that UK writer PQube Games was withholding the sport’s Western publishing rights, together with funds beforehand promised to the builders. As a consequence, Mojiken and Toge stated the sport can be indefinitely delayed till the rights points have been solved. 

Shortly after Mojiken and Toge’s assertion, developer Corecell accused PQube of equally withholding the publishing rights of its title, AeternoBlade II. In each cases, PQube refuted the separate claims of Mojiken and Corecell. 

As a results of the latest settlement reached, indie writer Chorus (The Coma 2, Dungeon Munchies) will now publish the console variations of A Space for the Unbound worldwide. Toge will proceed to be worldwide writer for the PC model. 

Additionally, all events used the assertion to make clear that “all grant monies” acquired by PQube have since gone to Toge, and that PQube has “absolutely supported” returning Western publishing rights to Toge. 

“No additional public statements can be made on this matter by Toge, Mojiken, PQube, or Chorus.” 



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