Management developer Treatment Leisure has confirmed that it is began engaged on one more new sport, which means the studio has six publicly introduced video games but to reach.
In Treatment’s newest business review, CEO Tero Virtala defined that, as of final quarter, “Nearly all of our inside Management builders have now moved on to work on different Treatment initiatives, together with a brand new, thrilling early-phase challenge.”
Requested for touch upon whether or not that sport was separate to Treatment’s beforehand introduced initiatives, Virtala replied: “Sure, we now have a brand new challenge, however it’s in very, very early levels. Nothing extra to broaden on that.” Treatment did not touch upon if that new challenge had a writer at the moment.
Which means, publicly, Treatment is now engaged on six as-yet-unreleased video games: it is creating single participant modes for first-person shooters CrossfireX and Crossfire HD, two initiatives for Epic Video games set in the Control/Alan Wake universe (one billed as a AAA sport, and the opposite as a smaller challenge), unrevealed free-to-play co-op game Vanguard, and the brand new, early-stage challenge.
It is price taking into consideration that since being based in 1996, Treatment has launched simply 9 video games, which means this can be a big improve in scope from only a few years in the past.
It is a main improve in challenge measurement for Treatment, and Virtala provides in his quarterly evaluation that the corporate has expanded to 281 staff – and it would not appear to be stopping progress anytime quickly. “We’ve now began to implement the subsequent section of our technique to achieve bold long-term progress targets,” wrote Virtala. That progress can solely have been helped by the truth that Remedy recently had its biggest ever financial year, without releasing a single game.
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