Embracer Group, the guardian firm that owns the rights to franchises similar to Dead Island, Saints Row, Darksiders, and Timesplitters, has introduced their monetary data for the 2019-2020 monetary yr, alongside a couple of tidbits of details about what to anticipate sooner or later. The studios working beneath the corporate have 118 titles in improvement, 69 of which haven’t been introduced yet–and among the most anticipated titles won’t launch till after March 2021.
“Looking into the next financial year ending March 31 2022, we expect continued organic growth driven by further increase in the value of completed games including the first AAA games releases since Metro Exodus,” the report reads. “From this year on we expect to have AAA releases every year.”
This seemingly signifies that the brand new Saints Row in improvement won’t launch till after this date. Dead Island 2 can also be unlikely, regardless of having been in improvement (throughout a number of studios) since at the very least 2014–as a brand new open-world title, it is prone to be thought-about AAA. The zombie sequel is at present within the works at Dambuster Studios (Homefront: The Revolution).