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Everything is supposed to be fine…

The Swedish Embracer Group is proud of IPs like Borderlands and the recreational use of The Lord of the Rings and Tomb Raider. Taken this way, we can also thank them for The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, which was released a few days ago, although the game was so “good” that there’s not much to be thankful for.

Embracer announced a few days ago that it looks like they lost a pretty important sponsorship deal, so they missed out on a $2 billion deal. Their shares immediately began to decline, dropping nearly 40% after the announcement. Players are worried about what will happen to their favorite programs, which will be managed by Embracer. How about the new Tomb Raider game, for example?

Since January 2023, we know that Lara will be with us for many more years. After Embracer lost 2 billion, the development team Crystal Dynamics reassured the players. According to them, we have nothing to worry about, the development of the new Tomb Raider is not affected by the partnership collaboration that fell into a hole, they are making good progress with the work.

Let’s hope that is true. Crazy money is being spent on AAA game development, that $2 billion loss, though any team can feel it. Even the developers of Tomb Raider.

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