All the games are scheduled to release between 2023 and 2025. Five of them will be self-published by DON'T NOD.
French video game developer DON'T NOD, best known for such titles as Life Is Strange, Remember Me, and Vampyr, has released a new financial report for the first half of 2022 where it revealed that it's currently working on eight original games.
The studio shared that between 2023 and 2025, it is planning to release eight new titles, five of which will be self-published, one published in cooperation with FOCUS Entertainment, and two – with external studios Tolima and Tiny Bull.
The company also revealed that in the meantime, it will focus on developing co-production in segments with "strong sales potential" as well as strengthening partnerships through co-financing and minimum guarantee arrangements and increasing accessibility by "diversifying gameplay mechanics of projects under development."
DON'T NOD hasn't share any details on the upcoming titles just noting that publishing eight new games will be a "turning point" for the company following two years of capital expenditure and structuring.
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