The Embracer Group has revealed that certainly one of its unannounced video games has undergone a regime change. Said to be a ‘triple-A mission,’ the sport in query has switched from one unnamed developer to a different.
“One of the Group’s triple-A tasks has transitioned to a different studio throughout the Group,” wrote Embracer in a press launch. “This was finished to make sure the standard bar is the place we’d like it to be for the title.”
The unnamed recreation might wind up being the remake to Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR for brief). In late July, it was reported by Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier that the upcoming remake from developer Aspyr (which grew to become an Embracer subsidiary in 2021) was placed on maintain following a vertical slice presentation to growth companions mentioned to not meet expectations.
Per week following that vertical slice, Aspyr reportedly fired artwork director Jason Minor and design director Brad Prince. Aspyr is claimed to now be pursuing new contracts
Included in Schreier’s report was the potential of Saber Interactive fully taking on developer duties. Saber was already supporting Aspyr with the remake as of this previous spring, because it was deemed by Embracer to be a “large product.”
Originally introduced as a PlayStation 5 unique, the KOTOR remake is claimed to have 2025 as a “reasonable goal” for launch.
Whether or not it is the KOTOR remake, Embracer has harassed that the sport would not anticipate any “materials delays.”
Embracer is embracing so many IP and studios
It’s been fairly a day for the Embracer Group. Earlier right now, it was introduced that the Swedish big made six acquisitions for a complete value of $788 million. Four of these had been buyouts: Tripwire Interactive (The Killing Floor, Maneater), bodily recreation writer Limited Run, vocal processing results firm Singtrix, and Tuxedo Labs (Teardown) are all now a part of Embracer.
Another firm within the PC and console video games house was acquired by Embracer, although its id is presently unclear. “The buy value for this un-disclosed acquisition is within the vary of being amongst both third or fourth largest of the Transactions,” wrote Embracer. “The consideration and monetary affect from this un-disclosed acquisition is included within the disclosed numbers on this press launch.”
Finally, Embracer purchased Middle-earth Enterprises, that means it owns the worldwide IP rights to each Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. This covers movies, theme parks, video video games, and so forth. Embracer CEO Lars Wingefors has already mentioned that buying the rights is “opening up extra transmedia alternatives together with synergies throughout our international group.”