The Dark Pictures: Nordisk Games acquires 30% of Supermassive

The Dark Pictures: Nordisk Games acquires 30% of Supermassive

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Nordisk Games has acquired a minority stake in the Supermassive team, equivalent to around 30% of the shares, making the company a large shareholder, indicating rather serious intentions on the British team.

Supermassive is the team author of various titles especially in the horror genre such as Until Dawn and the recent The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan and The Dark Pictures: Little Hope, as well as the next chapter of the anthological series, House of Ashes.

Currently it has about 200 employees, so this is a team of a certain caliber compared to standard indie teams and is based in Guildford, UK. The CEO of the team, Pete Samuels, said he was very happy with the support received: "We are delighted to have the support of Nordisk Games together with Supermassive, looking forward to what the future will bring. Our companies share a passion for developing beautiful games with stories that emotionally involve users and we can't wait to work together with our colleagues from Nordisk Film and Egmont ".

For its part, Nordisk Games also said it was obviously satisfied with the operation , finding the production of Supermassive particularly suited to the vision undertaken by the company regarding its various branches of production in the entertainment sector.

At this point, the future of the anthological series The Dark Pictures, which should include a total of 8 chapters, it seems to be further assured thanks to the new support also received from Nordisk, pending further information on the new productions.

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Nordisk Acquires 30.7% Stake In The Dark Pictures Creator Supermassive Games

Nordisk Games has announced it has acquired a 30.7% stake in Supermassive Games, the company responsible for The Dark Pictures franchise.

Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, the company has investments in a number of video game developers based in Europe, Avalanche Studios, Raw Fury and MercurySteam. Supermassive Games will now mean the studio has nine companies in its portfolio.

Pete Samuels, CEO of Supermassive Games, commented:

We are delighted to have Nordisk Games alongside Supermassive for what we are sure will be very exciting times ahead. From the moment Joe and I met with Martin (Walfisz) and Mikkel (Weider), we were convinced that Nordisk would be great partners for us, and we feel privileged to welcome Nordisk Games’ expertise to our Board.

Our companies share a passion for delivering beautiful games with stories that emotionally engage, and we are very much looking forward to working closely with them and their colleagues at Nordisk Film and Egmont.

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Supermassive Games is currently working on The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes, which is slated for release in 2021 for consoles and PC.