Through its operative Saber Interactive, Embracer Group has entered into an agreement to acquire 100 percent of the shares in Digic Pictures.
The Swedish firm Embracer Group has announced that it’s entered agreements with three companies regarding acquisitions in the gaming space.
Embracer Group has announced its latest three acquisitions. These are Fractured Byte, SmartPhone Labs, and Demiurge Studios.
Over the last week or so, Embrace Group has made a few acquisitions that see it becoming the owner of some of the best game developers around.
2K Games has given an update on their WWE franchise, which won’t be seeing a mainline entry this year due to various complications.
Saber Interactive, developers of World War Z, has announced a Game of the Year edition of their four-player zombie shooter.
Embracer Group now wholly owns, or owns the majority of 26 studios in total due to recent openings and acquisitions.
The developers of World War Z, Saber Interactive have been acquired by Embracer Group in a deal topping $525 million.
In defense of the controversial Epic Game Store exclusives subject, Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney has disputed claims that they don’t benefit gamers.
Recently it was announced that 2009’s Ghostbusters: The Video Game is getting a remastered release later this year.