SHADOW WARRIOR 3 Team's "Most Ambitious Game to Date" Will Be Published by Focus Home Interactive
Shadow Warrior 3 and a new online-focused title are not the only major video games Flying Wild Hog — the Warsaw-based developer responsible for Hard Reset and the Shadow Warrior reboot — is working on.
The studio has officially announced that their third upcoming production will be published by Focus Home Interactive. That's right, Flying Wild Hog's "most ambitious game to date" will be released by the French company behind Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground, GreedFall, and Hood: Outlaws & Legends.
Although we know next to nothing about the title, it sounds like it will be quite intense. According to Flying Wild Hog CEO Michał Szustak, Focus is "the perfect partner for Flying Wild Hog, We both share a love for creating unique, exciting worlds filled with crazy gameplay. We also deeply care for quality and creativity. Focus' team supports us not only with great trust for our vision, but also helps us to forge that vision into an outstanding game. We are sure that our partnership will bloom into an amazing experience for players around the world. Fans of original action games can expect quite a surprise!”
"We at Focus have a directive to bring exciting and innovative games to the market, and with their upcoming title we know that Flying Wild Hog will reach the objectives we have on all of our projects, in terms of both quality and originality," Focus COO John Bert said. "We’re enthusiastic to be working with this professional team, who are masters in the art of creating spectacular, action-packed games."
As a friendly reminder, Flying Wild Hog is also developing a completely original online game — officially described as a multiplayer action-RPG set in a sci-fi world — that will be published by Jagex (RuneScape).
Although Flying Wild Hog is a relatively young company — based across three studios in Poland — the fact that they are able to simultaneously develop three big-budget projects indicates that the Hard Reset maker will soon become one of the brightest starts of the Polish game development scene, joining CD Projekt Red (Cyberpunk 2077), Techland (Dying Light 2), Bloober Team (The Medium), and People Can Fly (Outriders).