THQ Nordic’s parent company, Embracer Group, apparently bought the studio last year.Most recently, just before Christmas last year, Embracer announced the purchase of Tarsier Studio, which the development team is working on. Little Nightmares 2. In early February, they purchased Sabre Interactive, a studio with more than 600 employees. World War Z.
And today, the hordes of new studios can be said to be part of the Embracer Group, where 13 studios have been purchased. The complete list of acquisitions includes Flying Wild Hog, Silent Games, Coffee Stain North, Quantic Lab, IUGO Mobile, Purple Lamp Studios, Sandbox Strategies, Mad Head Games, 34BigThings, Nimble Giant Entertainment, Snapshot Games, Zen Studios, A Thinking Ape. It is included. Entertainment.
The list is huge, but it wasn’t the parent company that bought all 13 studios. Instead, subsidiaries such as Koch Media, Sabre, Interactive, THQ Nordic, Deca Games, and Amplifier Game Invest helped drive these purchases.
According to Gamasutra, the biggest purchases included Flying Wild Hogs and Zen Studios, the former being acquired for $ 135.2 million.