WB Games will expand its Montreal studio, adding 100 positions over the next five years. The expansion is part of a deal with the Quebec government which invested $63 million in grant money and incentives into the Batman: Arkham Origins studio. This is to help support the local development scene, and the new positions are expected to pay approximately $70,000 annually to employees. At present, the studio has around 325 permanent employees. Earlier this week, Ubisoft was a recipient of a $9.9 million grant by the government which it will use to expand it Montreal studio by 500 jobs. Thanks, GI International.
Those lucky folks attending gamescom next week will be able to get a first hands on experience with Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy hits next week, and you can watch the launch trailer right here.
It may not look like it now, but we could soon live in a future where cheap game bundles are a thing of the past.
Batman: Arkham Origins
Warner Bros. is discontinuing Batman: Arkham Origins online services, reminding everyone the game had multiplayer
Batman: Arkham Origins servers will be shutting down in December.
Bundle Stars is offering all the games in the Batman Arkham series for a measly $10.