Digital Bros, the parent company of 505 Games, announced that it has opened a new game studio called Nesting Games. The studio gathered Yubi’s first 3A game talent and is currently developing a 3A RPG game, which is a new IP.
Former Ubisoft employee founded game studio 3A
Nesting Games says its goal is to be a modern studio with the values of collaboration, ownership, ambition and inclusion.
Nesting Games is located in Quebec, Canada, founded by Frederic Brassard, Jordane Thiboust, Sebastien Brassard and Alexandre Lalancette and others. Development team members have experience developing several 3A games, such as Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed, Call of Duty series.
“We wanted to build RPG games that focused on engaging feelings, characters, and story depth,” said CCO Thiboust Nesting Games. “We will bring great content experiences and respect the tastes of players, especially helping gamers save time.”
Creative director and Thiboust said that Quebec City is a new hub for the video game industry, where they believe Nesting Games will be able to create exceptional games with the creative freedom that Digital. Bros can do it.
So far, Nesting Games has 18 employees introduced, officially mentioned on its homepage. Currently, they are also promoting the search for a professional 3D graphic designer, a 3D animator, an AI programmer, a game designer to strengthen their potential.
According to reports, the developer Ubisoft is looking to launch a new MMO game project that has not been announced, this information comes from the job vacancies that the company has shared recently.
Ubisoft is a game company that is already familiar with gamers through the best known games such as Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, Watch Dogs, Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry… The company is looking to move in a new direction with a in their new projects in the future.
1047 Games is valued at $1.5 billion
Splitgate allows players to experience sci-fi environments where players can instantly travel to another place in the same environment.
Splitgate is in beta phase. 1047 Games is actively solving some of the problems of this online shooting game in order to optimize its product.
The funding comes after 1047 Games raised $10 million (led by Human Capital) in July and $6.5 million in May.
In the latest funding round, CEO Ian Proulx had to evacuate his home due to the Caldor Fire in the Lake Tahoe area. This summer, the game went into beta testing and hit 13 million downloads in 2 months. The company has postponed the official launch until it can deal with the inadequacies.
The funding allows 1047 Games to fully build Splitgate as a competitive shooter with top names. The company can use that money to recruit game design talent without worrying too much about the budget.
Investors see good monetization from this game through skin sales and battle pass mining, just like other free-to-play games like Call of Duty: Warzone, PUBG and Fortnite.
The game is developed by 1047 Games based in Nevada. Co-founders are Proulx and Nicholas Bagamian, who started designing as a project while they were studying at Stanford University – majoring in Computer Science.
Proulx is inspired by Portal and Portal 2 and believes that this is a video game with potential. The game became popular when the game attracted 600,000 downloads in the first month of release.
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