When she bought the Embracer Group Tomb riderAnd The former god And a bunch of other things earlier this monthFans were excited that they might actually see fewer games from this beloved series than the miserable Square Enix managed to make through a decade of neglect.
Well, maybe we get that or we get it then, Because in Embracer’s latest financial resultsAfter the “overwhelming and positive” response to purchases, the company says, they see “great potential” in releasing as many games – and other things – based on those characteristics as they can manage.
After the quarter ended, we strengthened our development capabilities and IP portfolio by entering into an agreement to acquire Crystal Dynamics, Eidos Montreal, Square Enix Montreal, including Tomb Raider, Deus Ex, Thief and Legacy of Kain, among others. The ad garnered an overwhelming and positive response. We see great potential, not only in sequels, but also in remasters, transformers, derivatives as well as Transmedia projects across the group.
From 2009 until 2022, Square Enix’s ownership of Eidos saw the release of some good things Tomb rider Games, the last of which was released in 2018. They also oversaw the release of two games from Failed Game The former god trilogy, both of which were excellent but the second was released six years ago.
It’s been a long time without big, new games, so fans of either group will definitely love seeing an announcement on this front. Whether we need remanufactures or remanufactures is another matter, although the “sub-items” mentioned are anything like a mobile phone The former god And Tomb rider Games – amazing – that would be cool, thanks.
For Transmedia Projects, that could be anything from animation to movies (but remember, Tomb rider he is Previously Get the anime treatment with Netflix).
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