The mobile-focused studio was acquired by Embracer Group only a few months ago, and unveiled a rebranding less than a month back.
Recently alongside by the Embracer Group, the Canadian studio will be known as Studio Onoma going forward, it's been announced.
They form the 12th operating label under the Embracer Group, which now owns Deus Ex, Tomb Raider, Legacy of Kain, and several back-catalog titles.
"We see a great potential, not only in sequels, but also in remakes, remasters, spinoffs as well as transmedia projects," the company says.
Investments in blockchain, AI and the cloud along with better aligning its Tokyo organization and overseas publishing are some of the reasons.
It's also purchasing IPs like Tomb Raider, Deus Ex, Thief, and Legacy of Kain, along with over 50 back-catalogue titles for $300 million.
It's from the makers of Hitman Sniper and releases later this year.
Citing unfavorable conditions in the mobile market.
It's a shame we never got to see this game.
Looking for a board game to play in small doses? It's Go time!
Make of that what you will.
Square Enix Montreal's first big title has been shelved.
Darrell Gallagher steps up to plate for the publisher's Western studios.
On one hand, more Hitman. On the other, though, more Hitman.
Agent 47 visits a court house. Must be a courtesy call.
IO Interactive: "It's like with Treyarch and Infinity Ward."
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