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Remedy Entertainment has revealed that it is porting Quantum Break‘s Northlight engine to PlayStation 4 for an upcoming multiplatform game, codenamed “P7.”

“Remedy is also working on a game project codenamed P7,” the developer wrote. “The company’s strategy is to release the game on a wider range of platforms, which is why Remedy is developing its Northlight technology also for PlayStation 4 consoles.”

The company enjoyed a year-on-year revenue growth of 19.4% and an operating profit of €3.9 million thanks to the release of Quantum Break last year.

“Over 20 years on the top of the global gaming industry is a great milestone achieved only by few other independent game companies,” CEO Tero Virtala said. “Our new board members bring solid experience from both gaming and financial industries and help us in executing Remedy’s growth strategy and to succeed also in the future.”

Remedy is also working on “a sequel to one of the most popular games in the world” with Korean publisher Smilegate.

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Source: Remedy Entertainment


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Remedy porting Quantum Break’s Northlight engine to PS4

Remedy is working on bringing its Northlight engine to PlayStation 4 for its upcoming multiplatform project, 'P7.'

By Matthew Bennett | 04/11/2017 09:30 AM PT

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Remedy Entertainment has revealed that it is porting Quantum Break‘s Northlight engine to PlayStation 4 for an upcoming multiplatform game, codenamed “P7.”

“Remedy is also working on a game project codenamed P7,” the developer wrote. “The company’s strategy is to release the game on a wider range of platforms, which is why Remedy is developing its Northlight technology also for PlayStation 4 consoles.”

The company enjoyed a year-on-year revenue growth of 19.4% and an operating profit of €3.9 million thanks to the release of Quantum Break last year.

“Over 20 years on the top of the global gaming industry is a great milestone achieved only by few other independent game companies,” CEO Tero Virtala said. “Our new board members bring solid experience from both gaming and financial industries and help us in executing Remedy’s growth strategy and to succeed also in the future.”

Remedy is also working on “a sequel to one of the most popular games in the world” with Korean publisher Smilegate.

Read More

Source: Remedy Entertainment



About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89