Dontnod Entertainment, the builders behind this 12 months’s Life is Strange 2 and Vampyr, have revealed that they’ve three new initiatives in growth – which they plan to launch between 2020-2022.
While Dontnod don’t reveal titles or publishers for his or her new initiatives, it’s fully potential that certainly one of these games is Vampyr 2 for Focus Home Interactive, because the builders name the discharge of the primary game in June a “tremendous success.”
The studio’s at present introduced games being made embody the remaining episodes of Life is Strange 2 and Twin Mirror, that are being printed by Square Enix and Bandai Namco respectively.
A trailer for Twin Mirror was released earlier this week for Paris Games Week, which made the game seem like a mixture of Life is Strange, Alan Wake, and Fight Club. It will be an episodic launch, much like Life is Strange 2, which can launch within the second half of 2019 – and have simply three episodes, in response to Dontnod. Hopefully these episodic games will work higher for Dontnod than it did for Telltale Games.
Dontnod revealed all this in a press release commenting on the studio’s half-year results for the final six months (noticed by LordKano on ResetEra). The studio is outwardly doing nicely, with consolidated income up +5% from this time final 12 months, and going public with the corporate has now given them €31.6 million in capital, with an obtainable money stream amounting to €27.7 million.
The studio can also be pleased with the discharge of the primary episode of Life is Strange 2. We enjoyed it a lot, and Metacritic has the game at round 82+, with many retailers calling it superior to the primary game. Dontnod and Square Enix expect “a strong commercial success” for the game.
We’ll have extra on Dontnod’s three unannounced initiatives as we hear extra on them.