Bandai Namco’s acquisition of this minority stake happened again in December 2020, a couple of months after it had acquired Reflector Leisure, and furthers Bandai Namco’s “key precedence of making and proudly owning extra IPs.” The studio is made up of greater than 80 workers and shall be engaged on two new franchises — you possibly can see over on the Limbic website that the studio is hiring for “unannounced Unreal four tasks.”
We have no information but on what Bandai Namco and Limbic have deliberate, however Stephan Winter, Limbic CEO, says, “there was a pure match from the second we first met the BNEE workforce. This collaboration offers us the help, capabilities, and sources to proceed to develop and develop our studio… We’re excited for the subsequent chapter of Limbic Leisure and couldn’t be extra thrilled to share the journey with BNEE as we work collectively on two incredible new tasks.” Arnaud Muller, COO of Bandai Namco, provides of Limbic that: “The seasoned groups have proven their abilities up to now on the varied titles they’ve been engaged on, with Tropico 6 being their newest success. They are going to be engaged on two new franchises… Limbic Leisure matches completely inside the technique we set out for Bandai Namco Leisure Europe a couple of years in the past and permits us to continue to grow the output of recent IP from studios tied to BNEE.”
We’ll replace you after we hear what Bandai Namco might need deliberate.