Tuesday, July 25, 2023 at 0:14:07 a.m. Indochina time
Dying Light developer Techland has announced a partnership with Tencent that will make the Chinese giant the studio’s largest shareholder.
On Techland’s main website, it was posted by the founder of Techland. Pawel MarchewkaCEO He explained that the studio has partnered with Tencent to support the expansion of the Dying Light series and ensure that the game. Fantasy RPG Coming up is just as expected, Pawel said.
Teaming up with Tencent will allow us to go full force by executing our game vision.
We have chosen partners who are partnering with some of the best gaming companies in the world. And it helped them reach new heights while respecting what they were doing.
Pawel has stated that he will remain the CEO, with Techland owned wholly. He confirmed that the company will still be given full freedom to create works. While the Polish company is known for creating series such as Dying Light, Call of Juarez, or the original Dead Island creator, it also has a subsidiary that has released titles under the Techland title, including Arise: A Simple Story and Torment: Tides of Numenera.
This is quite normal for Tencent, because in recent years the Chinese giant has bought a lot of stocks of game studios. They have acquired many companies such as
- Riot Games (100% shareholding)
- Epic Games (48.1% stake)
- Bluehole (11.5% stake)
- Activision Blizzard (5% stake)
- Ubisoft (5% stake)
- from software
That is only part of the company, this time it bought Techland and probably won’t stop here for sure. But buying stocks is very beneficial for studios. Because he can focus on doing the game fully without having to worry about the money that will come to support him not to fall.