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Annapurna Interactive is looking to launch their own in-house game studio


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If you’re a fan of awesome indie games, you’ve likely heard of gems like What Remains of Edith Finch, Kentucky Route Zero, Sayonara Wild Hearts, and the critically acclaimed Outer Wilds. The one thread tying all of these fantastic games together is their publisher, Annapurna Interactive, who seems to have a knack for finding incredible titles to help release to the world. Now, according to a report from GamesIndustry.biz, the publisher is looking to start making their own games.

Annapurna Interactive has reportedly launched their own internal development studio to begin creating games in-house, and has started shopping around for a game director and senior producer to lead their first project. While there aren’t any details about what to expect from this project, the publisher’s President Nathan Gary did tell GamesIndustry.biz “We’ve had the immense honor of working with some of the most talented independent game creators in the world. Many of us came from an internal development background and are excited to make this a part of Annapurna Interactive moving forward. We can’t wait to share more about what’s to come—anything is possible.”

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It’ll likely be a few years before we see anything concrete out of Annapurna Interactive’s new in-house team, but if they’re internally developed game is anything like some of the indie games they’ve helped publish in their few years in existence, I’m excited to see.

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This post was written by Zachary Boddy and was first posted to WindowsCentral



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