Crystal Dynamics: Legacy of Kain, Tomb Raider and Deus Ex among the re

by Luca Petrasso

After well 13 years under the banner of Square Enixthe Crystal Dynamics says goodbye to the Japanese giant after the acquisition by Embracer Group. The purchase contract of the studies, together with all related intellectual propertyhas been signed for over 300 million dollars. The firm hold of all IPhow tomb Raider And Deus Exalso bodes well for a return of Legacy of Kain.

Crystal Dynamics signed IPs

Among the most famous and loved games by players, the titles of the series stand out tomb Raider, Deus Ex And Legacy of Kainall branded Crystal Dynamics. There Tomb Raider seriesthe best known of those mentioned, takes up the events that lead the archaeologist Lara Croft to experience thrilling adventures in the most ancient and disparate places around the globe. There series Deus Exfuturistic and technological, it combines style stealth to that FPS in a dystopian and cyberpunk twenty-first century.

Unlike the previous series, the chapters of the Legacy of Kain saga narrate the events that will bring two vampires, Kain And Razielto clash in a fight for to save the future of their world.

What does the future have to offer?

The agreement between Embracer Group And Square Enix satisfied both parties, bringing to light the various pending projects and giving more autonomy to the studies acquired. If on one hand Square Enix will be able to invest theexorbitant figure earned in “Japan franchise“, on the other Embracer Group has managed to expand its “fleet” with renowned software houses. The independence gained by Crystal Dynamics gives us hope for the future of successful brands and titles, so the development of new games and of sequel of those already existing.

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