Remedy Entertainment signs with Epic Games to publish two new multi-platform games

Remedy Entertainment Plc | Press release 4:03 pm (EET) 26 March 2020

Remedy Entertainment signs with Epic Games to publish two new multi-platform games

Partnership details revealed for the publishing deals announced earlier today

Remedy Entertainment, developer of record-breaking Control, nominated for 11 BAFTA® Games Awards and recipient of over 20 "Game of the Year" awards, has signed with Epic Games to publish Remedy’s next two unannounced video games. The games are part of Epic Games’ new, developer-first publishing effort, giving full creative freedom and IP ownership to its development partners.

The first project is Remedy’s most ambitious one yet, an AAA multi-platform game already in pre-production. The second is a new, smaller-scale project set in the same franchise. Both games are being developed on Remedy’s proprietary, state-of-the-art Northlight game engine and tools.

“Remedy and Epic Games share a history of 25 years in the games industry as well as a deep understanding of the business from the developer’s and the publisher’s point of view. We are excited to form a partnership with Epic Games Publishing and bring two new games to the global audience. This partnership provides us full creative freedom to deliver our bold vision to the fullest. Together with Epic, we believe we are going to create the best Remedy games yet for our fans”, says Remedy Entertainment CEO Tero Virtala.

“We have a long history and relationship with Remedy, going on more than two decades”, says Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney. “They’re such an incredibly talented studio with a unique and strong creative vision, and we’re excited to support them with our publishing efforts.”

Both games will be launched on next generation console platforms and PC in the next few years.

See a video introducing Epic Games Publishing: https://youtu.be/M_m4LxDG1D4

MORE INFORMATION

Thomas Puha, Communications Director
Phone: +358 9 435 5040
Email:
thomas.puha@remedygames.com

Lauri Haavisto, Senior Manager, Investor & Talent Relations
Phone: +358 9 435 5040
Email:
lauri@remedygames.com

ABOUT REMEDY

Remedy Entertainment Plc is a globally successful video game company known for story-driven and visually stunning console and computer games such as Control, Alan Wake and Max Payne. Founded and based in 1995, Finland, the company employs over 260 game industry professionals from 27 different countries. Remedy is listed on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market Finland marketplace. For more information: www.remedygames.com

ABOUT NORTHLIGHT

Northlight is Remedy’s proprietary technology consisting of a game engine and a set of game development tools that are the powerhouse behind Control, Quantum Break and CrossfireX Story Mode. Northlight features a next-generation physically based renderer and combines state-of-the-art lighting, visual effects and photorealistic characters with performance-captured facial animation.

ABOUT EPIC GAMES

Founded in 1991, Epic Games is the creator of Fortnite, Battle Breakers, Unreal, Gears of War, Shadow Complex, and the Infinity Blade series of games. Epic's Unreal Engine technology, the world’s most open and advanced real-time 3D platform, is freely available at unrealengine.com. The Epic Games Store offers a handpicked library of games, available at epicgames.com. Epic Games Publishing puts developers first by offering best-in-class resources, technology and terms, with expansive creative freedom so that talented developers can make the best game possible. Follow @EpicGames for updates.

About Us

Remedy Entertainment Plc is a globally successful video game company known for story-driven and visually stunning console and computer games such as Control, Alan Wake and Max Payne. Remedy also develops its own Northlight game engine and game development tools. Founded and based in 1995, Finland, the company employs over 270 game industry professionals from 29 different countries. Remedy is listed on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market Finland marketplace.

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