In their latest financial report, Embracer Group has been suggested that they have no AAA games arriving this financial year. So don’t be except a new Saints Row in 2020. Then Embracer Group, the parent company that owns the right to franchises such as Dead Island, Saints Row, Darksider, and Timesplitters, has announced their financial record for the 2019-2020 financial year, alongside a few tidbits of information about what to expect in the future.
This likely has meant that the new Saints Row in the development will not be launch until after this date. Dead Island 2 is also been unlikely, despite having been in development, since at least 2014-as a new open-world title, It’s likely to be considered AAA.
In one interview with Gamesidndustry biz. Klements Kunratiz (CEO of Koch Media, who will be own Deep Silver Publishing and are in turn part of ThQ Nordic) Then explained that it’s definitely combing. Look, Dead Island is a very important brand for us and we’re got to get it right. It’s just a testimony of our dedication to getting it right.
Kundratiz has also been Confirmed that Volition another studio they own, are been still working on a new Saints Row game rather than a sequel to its spin-off Agents of Mayhem. Saints Row has been very close to our hearts, He said, and we’ll talk about it next year, for the time being, we just wanted to get the word out than it’s coming and it’s going to be great.