Supermassive Online games is recognised for its interactive horror narratives, like 2015’s Right up until Dawn, The Dim Pics Anthology, and, a lot more just lately, The Quarry. These days, Eurogamer documented that Danish organization Nordisk Video games obtained the studio.
Nordisk Video games, which currently owns Just Lead to developer Avalanche Studios and MercurySteam, the staff at the rear of Metroid Dread, acquired a 30% stake in Supermassive in March 2021. At the time, Supermassive CEO Pete Samuels reported:
“We are delighted to have Nordisk Game titles along with Supermassive for what we are certain will be really interesting times ahead…Our corporations share a passion for delivering stunning online games with stories that emotionally engage, and we are pretty considerably looking forward to functioning closely with them and their colleagues at Nordisk Film and Egmont.”
Right now, Samuels launched another assertion about the studios’ complete acquisition that matched his enjoyment from a year back:
“Acquiring experienced these kinds of a positive encounter about the past year it was not a complicated conclusion when Nordisk Games wanted to explore raising their investment decision. We have an exciting and bold development system for Supermassive Game titles and Nordisk Games possession only enhances that. I am hugely enthusiastic about exactly where the stability made available by this partnership, and ongoing entry to the experience inside Nordisk Online games, will just take us next.”
We loved The Quarry, awarding the summer months camp slasher an 8.5 out of 10 and concluding the evaluate by saying, “At the time the frantic operating by the woods commences, the darkish mysteries and thrill of holding men and women alive are effective hooks that will retain you glued in suspense till the credits roll.” Having said that, the finale to Period One particular of The Dark Photos Anthology, The Devil in Me, is Supermassive’s future huge task. Starring Jessie Buckley, you can look at the trailer right here.
[Source: Eurogamer, gamesindustry.biz]