Theorycraft, a Los Angeles primarily based sport developer based by ex Riot Games, Blizzard, and Valve builders, introduced immediately that they raised $50m in funding in a sequence B spherical led by Makers Fund.
Theorycraft additionally revealed their first title codenamed ‘Loki’ which they describes as:
Featuring an expansive solid of distinctive heroes, Loki is a aggressive, team-based sport of journey, creativity, and high-stakes fight, with inspiration drawn from Theorycraft’s previous collective experiences engaged on titles like League of Legends, Overwatch, Halo and VALORANT.
The firm additionally introduced two notable hires with the fundraising announcement. Jon Belliss, a League of Legends sport director, and Andrew Yip, a Legends of Runeterra sport director, each joined Theorycraft to work on Loki.
There’s little or no particulars on what Theorycraft appears to be like like or what the sport even is, however I think we’ll be taught extra within the coming months. Especially since they introduced a playtest in a couple of weeks. We know the sport options heroes and no less than one character is holding a gun, so maybe a tactical hero shooter of some type? The image beneath exhibits off 4 of the sport’s chacters. The character with the white hair appears to be like a bit like Jett from Valorant.