Digital Extremes announced that Tencent is now its parent company, but insisted that they will “Keep creative independence and make a grand plan for 2021.”
Digital Extremes explained in a statement on its website that Leyou, a Hong Kong-based video game holding company, bought most of its shares in 201
The developer insisted on keeping “Absolutely independent” Just like they did during Leyou’s six years. “We don’t expect that the way Warframe or the studio works will change,” Digital Extremes explained, “Since we released Warframe, we will continue to dedicate to you for everyone in the community.”
The Q&A session continued to emphasize that Digital Extremes will operate without interference.
“Will Digital Extremes still operate Warframe independently?
Yes, we will continue to create great content for Warframe and maintain creative independence. Our focus will always be on listening to you, our community, upgrading Warframe based on your feedback, and developing the wonderful stories, gameplay, and incredible new space ninja moves you want us to get. Tencent is known for respecting the creative decisions and integrity of studios, and giving them autonomy and independence to experiment, innovate and develop.
Will this change the game direction of Warframe?
The direction of Warframe will still be controlled by its development team, which is 100% committed to the community. We are here because of you! Our creative goal has always been firmly committed to expanding the next generation of game consoles (Xbox Series X/S), innovating through new wars, advancing in fierce space battles (Corpus Railjack), and bringing more surprises in 2021.
Will the Chinese version of Warframe get better or faster updates than the Western version?
Currently, the Chinese version of Warframe is far behind the Western version. We are already working with Tencent to update the Chinese version. “
As mentioned above, the most famous of Digital Extremes is Battle armor. Their past titles include In front of home, Darkness II Dark sector And a few classics illusory title.
Tencent’s investment portfolio includes becoming a major shareholder of Marvelous in January 2020, 100% ownership of Riot Games, 80% of Grinding Gear Games, 40% of Epic Games, 29% of Funcom, 5% of Activision Blizzard, and 5% of Ubisoft. %, 5% in Paradox Interactive, “Significant investment” Wait at PlatinumGames.
Tencent also opened LightSpeed LA this year, and they are already developing open-world AAA PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X games.Subsidiary TiMi Studios is also studying Metal bullet code: J, And you can start MOBA for free Pokemon unity.
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