"We'll continue to enjoy full independence in the games that we create and the operation of the studio," Lucid says.
Lighthouse Games will retain full control over its creative and publishing decisions, according to CEO Gavin Raeburn.
The studio says its free-to-play co-op shooter's development is moving at a faster rate, but still remains in the proof-of-concept stage.
Bandai Namco has yet to confirm. Other publishers are reportedly planning to withdraw, though they haven't officially announced so.
Codename Condor is a spin-off of the Control series, while Heron is a "bigger budget" Control title. Vanguard is a F2P title developed with Tencent.
Ubisoft has announced that Tencent is set to acquire a minority 49.9% stake in Ubisoft's parent company. The administration of the company is set to remain unchanged.
Tencent subsidiary Sixjoy Hong Kong will acquire 16.25 percent of the total shares, while Sony will own 14.09 percent of shares.
Nightdive Studios' CEO Stephen Kick says Tencent owns the rights to the third System Shock game, and is in charge of whether or not it gets made.
"We have decided to keep the game codenamed Vanguard longer in the current proof-of-concept phase and postpone the significant expansion of the development team until the year 2023," says CEO Tero Vir...
Codename Vanguard and Condor are in the proof-of-concept stage with the former making "good progress" since the last quarter.
As per this new leak, the game will allegedly use Need for Speed Heat's map and is being built on Unreal Engine 4.
The pendulum swings back again in the story of WB Games, with its studios and IP licenses seemingly up for sale once again.
OtherSide Entertainment hasn't worked on System Shock 3 since 2019, and Tencent seems to be in full control of the IP. as per Spector.
The Game Awards producer and host Geoff Keighley says that "a few" more big games industry acquisitions and deals are coming soon.
A number of small video games studios are suffering in China, as the country extends the freeze on new game licensing.
A job listing on Tencent's careers page hints at a new Need for Speed game being developed for mobile platforms by TiMi Studios.
Remedy Entertainment has entered into a development and publishing agreement with Tencent for its upcoming PvE shooter codenamed Vanguard.
Turtle Rock Studios is now part of Tencent but will continue to independently operate while its co-founders remain in charge.
TiMi Studios Group's MOBA Pokemon Unite has been crowned as the Best Game of 2021 in Google Play's Game Awards.
Yooka-Laylee developer Playtonic says the recent injection of funds from Tencent will allow the studio to expand to three development teams.