Another acquisition spree from Embracer because the Swedish holding firm has now introduced the acquisition of quite a few studios.

The sequence of acquisitions have been simply introduced as a part of Embracer’s most up-to-date monetary earnings launch. According to the official press releases, Embracer Group has entered numerous agreements to accumulate the next studios: Tripwire Studios, the studio behind Maneater and Killing Floor, Limited Run Games, Tuxedo Labs, Singtrix, and one other undisclosed studio that focuses on creating each PC and consoles video games.

In addition to those acquisitions, the holding firm introduced that it has entered into an settlement to the IP rights to The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit literary works by buying Middle-Earth Enterprises.

I am truly excited to have The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, one of the world’s most epic fantasy franchises join the Embracer family, opening up more transmedia opportunities including synergies across our global group. I am thrilled to see what lies in the future for this IP with Freemode and Asmodee as a start within the group. Going forward, we also look forward to collaborating with both existing and new external licensees of our increasingly stronger IP portfolio, says Lars Wingefors, Founder and Group CEO Embracer Group.

We on the Zaentz Company have had the consideration over the previous half century of stewarding the Tolkien rights in order that Lord of the Rings and Hobbit followers worldwide might take pleasure in award successful epic movies, difficult video video games, first price theatre and merchandise of each selection. We couldn’t be extra thrilled that it’s Embracer now taking over the accountability and we’re assured their group will take it to new heights and dimensions whereas sustaining homage to the spirit of those nice literary works,“ says Marty Glick, COO of The Saul Zaentz Company.

Tripwire Interactive has been acquired via subsidiary Saber Interactive, and the brand new studio can be part of the

Saber Interactive operative group.

Tripwire is a unique studio. Since their founding in 2005, they have grown, through tremendous leadership and vision, into one of the last great independent developers. I have looked up to Tripwire as an example of how to design and execute on games. Saber has Tripwire to thank for many of our own successes and I am proud to welcome them into our family,” stated Matthew Karch, CEO of Saber Interactive.

“We’ve known Saber for a while now and are really excited about the opportunity to leverage everything they have to offer. Together we are going to be able to deliver more new Tripwire titles, more often than ever before, as well as ramp up the published titles. We look forward to creating a lot more great games that people will love to play,” stated Alan Wilson, Co-Founder and CEO of Tripwire Interactive.

For extra details about the brand new acquisitions, be sure you learn the total press releases on Embracer’s official site.