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."
Payday 2's new DLC, the High Octane Tailor Pack, is out now. The DLC is the first part of the Lost in Transit bundle which will see DLCs release over three months.
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.
It's been an eventful 12 months.
The revival of the game seems to have come with some drawbacks.
Starbreeze is looking to make additional content for the heist title.
Don't expect to see the shooter any time soon.
The sequel to the cult classic gets demoed soon.
Don't cancel your pre-orders just yet.
The continued mismanagement of this game continues to astound me.
Starbreeze will be reimbursed for any development costs it financed.
Insight into the game's production from the developers paints a grim picture.
Company stock price falls by almost 67 percent in the midst of reconstruction.
Season 2 content, including the first episode "No Sanctuary", must be purchased separately.
Quality of life features such as voice chat and an improved tutorial have also been added.
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