Yesterday, the studio Remedy Entertainment, which is familiar to gamers from the games Alan Wake and Control, announced a partnership with 505 Games. Together they will work on two projects, the first of which is Condor. This is a co-op spinoff for four people, which is built on the internal Northlight engine. The game will be released on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S. The developers plan that the game will be able to retain players for a long time, becoming the next “live-service”. So far, a budget of 25 million euros has been allocated for the creation of the game. Marketing costs and sales revenue will be split equally.
In addition, Remedy and 505 Games are working on a major project to expand the Control franchise. It will be a game in a universe familiar to fans, only it does not say whether it will be a sequel, a prequel or something else. So far, the developers say they are coordinating the details with each other.
Remedy is taking similar steps to make its franchises “long-playing”, as well as to conquer new heights. The same will be done by CD Projekt RED, only this time with The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077.