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  • Blog Post: Former Yager Devs Announce Indie Studio

    Yager was working on Deep Silver's Dead Island 2 until the studio was taken off the project in July. Since then, several former team members have founded their own independent studio, the recently announced Inbetweengames. Their first game, The Mammoth: A Cave Painting puts players in the role of... More
  • Blog Post: Tune In To Watch Us Play Dreadnought Live From PAX

    Update: Earlier today, we streamed some Dreadnought gameplay from the PAX show floor. The stream is over, but the archive is online for viewing . Original story: We’re out at PAX this weekend, and even if you’re not in Seattle, you can join in the fun. News editor Mike Futter is streaming... More
  • Blog Post: Yager Files For Insolvency After Losing Dead Island 2, Larger Studio Unaffected

    Yager has filed for insolvency (a form of bankruptcy) for the sub-division of the company that was tasked with developing Dead Island 2. While this might mean the end of that team, the larger company will continue its operations. Earlier this year, Deep Silver announced that its relationship with Yager... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Deep Silver Drops Yager As Developer Of Dead Island 2, Yager Offers Comment

    Update: Yager has provided a statement on the matter via its Facebook page. The company confirms Deep Silver's announcement that the two have parted ways. ”Our YAGER team is fully committed to the development of AAA quality titles," writes Timo Ullmann, CEO of YAGER Group. "We work... More
  • Blog Post: Dead Island 2 Delayed Until Next Year

    Bad news for Deep Silver today, as the publisher has delayed a second title into next year. Following the hiccups with Homefront ( also moved into 2016 ), the follow-up to last-gen’s Dead Island won’t make its planned 2015 release. The move was announced via Twitter. The full statement follows... More
  • Blog Post: Dreadnought Goes Big With Huge Ships

    Grey Box and YAGER are bringing a new space combat title to PC - Dreadnought. The game’s focus is on massive ships instead of the smaller ones you often see in flight and space dogfighting sims. I had a chance to get some hands-on time with the title at E3 2014 and take a look at the team deathmatch... More
  • Blog Post: Spec Ops: The Line Developer Working On Next-Gen Title

    Berlin-based Yager, creators of Spec Ops: The Line (shown) has licensed Epic's Unreal Engine 4 for use in an unannounced next-gen title. Yager said in a press release that the title will be a major triple-A game that it expects to unveil in the coming months. In the opinion of Timo Ullmann, Yager's... More
  • Blog Post: Spec Ops: The Line Co-op Multiplayer Out Now

    The free cooperative multiplayer game mode for Spec Ops: The Line is now available to download, 2K Games announced. The new mode features four objective-based cooperative multiplayer scenarios, each with their own objectives environments, and playable characters. You must own a copy of the game to play... More
  • Blog Post: Spec Ops: The Line Launch Trailer Maintains A Gritty Tone

    Spec Ops: The Line comes out tomorrow, which is great timing for this launch trailer. Fans of crescendos, shooters, and giant floating quotes aren't going to want to miss this one. The game aims to provide an unflinching account of war, as chaos erupts in a post-sandstorm Dubai. Take a look at the... More
  • Blog Post: Spec Ops: The Line Trailer Involves Guns And Sand

    Desert warfare has been raging on throughout the annals of history. Stamina-draining treks across sand dunes and inhospitable, sun-baked environments have been the theater for gritty combat for thousands of years, However, not until 2K Games' Spec Ops: The Line has such an important geographical... More
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