The Embracer Group also confirmed that it has several "unannounced notable titles" to be revealed this fiscal year in its latest report.
Developer Starbreeze says planning for the game's long-term post-launch support is also underway in the lead-up to its release this year.
Starbreeze and Prime Matter have confirmed when they will finally be unveiling gameplay for the co-op heist shooter.
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The long-awaited shooter releases this year for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. Details on the release date and other features are coming later.
Starbreeze Studios and Prime Matter's upcoming co-op FPS can now also be wishlisted on Steam.
CEO Tobias Sjögren says the team can't say more at this point about the heist simulator but promises that it's "going to be a lot of fun."
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Dallas, Hoxton, Chains, and Wolf will be returning to the spotlight, while the story will involve software giants, cryptocurrencies, mass surveillance, and more.
The publisher has also invested €50 million towards the game's development and marketing.
The company has taken "key steps in putting Starbreeze back on the map as an industry leader."
Release date is still "TBA."
Starbeeze also manages to cut overall losses.
Dark fantasy, cyberpunk, pseudo-infected - you name it and it's here.
Don't expect to see the shooter any time soon.
"I hope that my experience creating IPs, building and organizing teams will contribute to this process."
As well as to market Overkill's The Walking Dead.
Will be done "when it's done".
Heisting lives on.