Rumors of Microsoft's new purchase on other studios are becoming more popular these days. Now a new voice is joining which reveals that at Microsoft they are considering buying Techland to join Xbox Game Studios. A group that can offer new ideas and development.
But what is the truth in this case? Could an American company get more research? We'll put everything in the timeline to check if it is reliable or not.
Techland at Xbox Game Studios
What we know about rumors is nothing more than studio purchases and other things already known. The details are that of course, any Xbox follower can write without being Insider. The fact that there will be a new Fable and that Microsoft's interest in Japan is something in the public domain, is nothing. The key is here in Texhland and what you can bring to the reading family.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Pavel Rohleder at an event held in Malaga and he told me his team's assurance that he would fight his terrible battles. If you ask me very much I was skeptical the true source is that you have no history. That by force, anything can happen, but the leak can be quick.
However, we do know that Microsoft was looking for lessons in Poland and Klobrille was giving it credence back then, even though no one was betting on Techland, instead of Asobo Studios. Purchase not finished bodybuilding. I think the details are too vague for you to consider as legitimate, or too small to record its authenticity on a topic.
This studio is in various stages of development (including a fictional RPG) and has made a lot of money from IP purchasing and staffing, so it doesn't look like they at least need to be picked up by a major publisher. In addition, Dying Light is a success and since the studio they already have a new passion Playstation Technology 5.
What would Techland bring to Xbox Game Studios?
Everyone thinks of zombies, and dealing directly with Undead Labs is there. However, you should not forget that inXile and Obsidian share the space within the Xbox Game Studios staff. So it would not be unusual for a subject to focus so much on the genre within the group.
But in Highland they also know how to do other types of games, they've already tried to play an RPG with Hell canceled and recently received a Call of Juarez license, so they have many ways to contribute. They also have their own image engine that can be added to the video technology.
So in short, it can be good news, but as of now there doesn't seem to be enough ground to protect it.