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  • Blog Post: Volition Hiring 100 New Employees, Doubling Office Space

    Last week saw a new version of Saints Row IV released, and if recent news is any indication, we should be expecting big things from Volition in the coming years. Following a near-death experience during the demise of THQ, the Saints Row studio has seen its fortunes reversed. The developer has thrived... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Sales Down Over 35 Percent In Third Quarter FY2013

    Ubisoft has suffered significantly decreased year-over-year sales for the quarter ending December 31, 2013. The numbers are in line with a revised forecast issued following the delay of Watch Dogs out of the current fiscal year. Third quarter sales are down 35.2 percent (32.7 when equalizing for exchange... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Announces Creation Of 100 New Jobs In Quebec City

    Ubisoft has announced that it will be begin hiring for 100 new positions in its Quebec City studio over the next three years. The investment of CAD 28 million ($25.2 million) is supported in part by CAD 510,000 ($459,000) from the Quebec government. The Quebec City studio currently employs over 320 individuals... More
  • Blog Post: Wargaming Opens Up Austin, Texas Office

    In an era that has seen so many layoffs and studio closures, it's nice to have a day that sees not one, but two studio opening announcements. Earlier, we reported that CD Projekt RED is opening a new location in Krakow . Now, Wargaming has shared their own expansion plans. The new studio in Austin... More
  • Blog Post: Airtight Games Staffing Up For New Title

    Airtight Game’s first title, Dark Void, released to fairly mild reception, but we saw a lot of promise in the title. Last year, ex-Valve employee and one of the designers behind the original Portal, Kim Swift, joined the company, but it looks like Airtight has started to ramp up development for... More
  • Blog Post: Grasshopper Hires Two Industry Vets

    It looks like Suda 51’s development studio Grasshopper Manufacture just got an upgrade. The Japanese company has announced that they’ve hired two heavy hitters in Eastern game development. The first, Kazutoshi Iida, is known for his work on the Japanese titles Aquanaut’s Holiday and... More
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