Dontnod, Life is Strange and Vampyr team, will launch 8 new games between 2023 and 2025

Dontnod, Life is Strange and Vampyr team, will launch 8 new games between 2023 and 2025


Dontnod has a very full schedule regarding the releases in the coming years, with the intention of launching 8 new games between 2023 and 2025, all in production already underway and without many details about it.

Not It is the first time that very ambitious plans have emerged for the French label, which rose to the limelight with Life is Strange but also author of Vampyr and Remember Me, among others.

Vampyr, an image of the Dontnod game over time has grown and, from an indie team, has turned into a publisher, and in this role it intends to release 8 games between 2023 and 2025 , which will probably be developed by other teams as well.

Unfortunately there are no details on these eight projects, except that they appear to be "original creations", which could also include new intellectual properties, in addition to those already known and registered by the label in question. Among these, five are self-published games, one game is in co-production with Focus Entertainment and two are games entrusted to external teams, in particular Tolima and Tiny Bull, published anyway by Dontnod.

We talked about it. last month of the signed contract with Tiny Bull for a new unannounced action RPG, while Tolima is a new Belgian development team. As for the collaboration with Focus Entertainmet, the first title that comes to mind is Vampyr and there is a possibility that this new project has something to do with the title in question.

Life is Strange was instead abandoned by the team, therefore it is probably not present among the new projects in development.

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Life Is Strange Developer Dontnod Has 8 Games in Development

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Dontnod Entertainment has eight games in development that are planned to release between 2023 and 2025. The French studio behind games like Life is Strange, Tell Me Why, and Vampyr has big plans following its foray into publishing with the release of Gerda: A Flame in Winter. The studio has recently revealed that it has eight games currently in development, two of which are publishing titles.

Dontnod Entertainment (or Don't Nod) was founded by former EA, Criterion Games, and Ubisoft staff in Paris, France in 2008. The studio's debut title was Remember Me, an action game originally set to be published by Sony before it shifted to Capcom ahead of its release in 2013. The game received mixed reception upon release but has garnered a cult following in recent years. The studio would have its breakout in 2015 with the release of Life is Strange, which was published by Square Enix and went on to sell over 3 million units.

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After making its debut as a publisher earlier this year thanks to investment from Chinese conglomerate Tencent, Dontnod has revealed that it has eight new titles in development, five of which are coming from its internal studios. One of the games is a co-production with Focus Interactive, which can be speculated to be a sequel to 2018's Vampyr, while the last two are publishing titles from developers Tolima and Tiny Bull. This information was revealed in the studio's most recent financial report, which also reveals that all eight games are intended to release between 2023 and 2025.

While Dontnod is known for the Life is Strange IP, the studio has released numerous games since its debut in 2013, including some surprise hits like 2018's Vampyr and 2020's Tell Me Why, the latter of which was published by Xbox Game Studios. In late 2020 the studio also published a narrative adventure game titled Twin Mirror that was published by Bandai Namco Entertainment.

It came as a surprise to many Life is Strange fans in 2021 when reports indicated that Life is Strange: True Colors developer Deck Nine will be handling the series going forward. However, a teaser from the studio regarding its eight games in development hinted at the fact that one of the games could be a spiritual successor to Life is Strange, indicating that Dontnod will have full creative control over this future title. Games like Tell Me Why and Twin Mirror have retained similar elements from the Life is Strange series while remaining unique, implying the studio will continue making narrative adventure games like the ones it is known for.

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