News: Syndicate developer, Starbreeze, is about to enter the free-to-play market with a game called Cold Mercury.
Gamesindustry.biz is reporting that Syndicate and The Darkness developer, Starbreeze, is working on a free-to-play title named Cold Mercury.
Despite the move to free-to-play and the release of 25 employees following the launch of Syndicate, the Swedish developer is still sticking with big budget titles, though.
“Starbreeze will not leave the AAA segment,” said Starbreeze CEO, Mikael Nermark.
“We are discussing with several leading game publisher on publisher financed games, but we will broaden our product portfolio of games in the new business models and segments that have arisen in the games industry. I am convinced that Starbreeze will be successful with the new games,” he continued.
To that effect, it’s also looking for a distribution deal for the mysteriously titled “P13” – a collaboration with Swedish film director, Josef Fares.
Nothing concrete is known about either title as of yet. As soon as we hear more you’ll be able to read about it here by following BeefJack’s Starbreeze news.