Embracer Group, with its different companies – THQ Nordic, Koch Media / Deep Silver, Gearbox Entertainment, Saber Interactive and more – owns dozens of studios, including the creators of Borderlands, Saints Row, Wreckfest O Metro, to cite just a few examples. This list can still grow a lot in the coming months and years, as Lars Wingefors, CEO of Embrader Group, states that They have contacted more than 150 independent companies, of which more than 20 could be closed soon.

“During the quarter -which ended in March-, we have contacted more than 150 companies to join the group, including large companies that could form new groups of operations and offer a significant impact on the entire group. In global, there are more than 20 advanced conversations“No names have been given for these candidates.

The remake of Destroy All Humans! exceeds a million in sales

Embracer Group also confirmed some details of its latest launches. The remake of Destroy All Humans!, which last July updated the graphics of the original and has exceeded one million copies sold; A Nintendo Switch version will soon be added to those for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Perhaps more surprising is the good performance of SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle For Bikini Bottom Rehydrated, what exceeds 2 million copies since its launch in June 2020. It was also a revision of a classic title, with improved graphics, polished gameplay and a new multiplayer mode, online and offline.

The reserves of Biomutant, an open-world, role-playing adventure, launching May 25, they are stronger than expected.

Finally, although it is not an internal product, the film of Metro 2033 has undergone some changes in production and has pushed back its release date from 2022 to 2024.

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