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After sale, Saber Interactive still works on many games



Saber Interactive was sold by Embracer Group, but ended up being fragmented. Part of the company's studios will still be under the control of Embracer, but the remaining production companies are now owned by Beacon, its new owner. To calm things down, Tim Willits, the studio's chief financial officer, went public to explain which previously announced projects Saber is currently involved with.

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It is important to mention that, this time, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic was not mentioned. As reported on Thursday (14), the project will be treated as a “shared” title between Saber and Embracer, therefore, Willits should not have mentioned it in the list below. Check out:

I've received a lot of questions about the status of some of our previously announced projects now that Saber has separated from Embracer. I'm pleased to confirm that we're still working on several titles, including Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine 2, John Carpenter's Toxic Commando and Jurassic Park: Survival. We're so excited about these titles and can't wait to share more with everyone soon.

Upon completion of the sale, Saber Interactive will retain the following subsidiary studios: DIGIC, Fractured Byte, Mad Head Games, New World Interactive, Nimble Giant Entertainment, Sandbox Strategies, Slipgate Ironworks and 3D Realms.

Embracer Group will have control over other Saber divisions, such as 34BigThings, 4A Games, Aspyr, Beamdog, Demiurge Studios, Shiver, Snapshot Games, Tripwire Interactive, Tuxedo Labs and Zen Studios.


Saber Interactive was sold for US$247 million

Beacon Interactive purchased Saber Interactive for US$247 million. The company's owner is now Matthew Karch, co-founder of Saber. Understand this plot twist here!

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