Metro dev 4A Games bought by Deep Silver parent, mentions multiplayer

Embracer Group’s acquisition spree continues – it’s now picked up Metro developer 4A Games for $80m.

Embracer Group, the parent company of THQ Nordic, said it bought 4A Games, which is home to over 150 people across two studios in Malta and Ukraine, via subsidiary Saber Interactive (World War Z).

Perhaps the acquisition shouldn’t come as a surprise. 4A Games’ Metro games are published by Deep Silver, which is owned by Embracer, so there’s a long-running relationship. Embracer not only gets 4A Games, but the Metro IP and the developer’s proprietary game engine, which will save costs for the company.

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