SEGA Europe publishing new game from former Quantic Dream lead’s studio Interior Night

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Coming off the heels of SEGA Europe’s Two Point Hospital publishing deal is the news that SEGA Europe will be publishing a narrative-driven game from the studio Interior Night. Interior Night is an independent game studio of Quantic Dream and Sony veterans based in London, and their website states that they have “a keen interest in narrative games with rich stories and complex characters” and cites television shows like Breaking Bad, True Detective and Fargo.

The SEGA Europe deal will see the company publishing the studio’s first game. Nothing more has been revealed, but it is worth noting that this is not an acquisition, just a publishing deal. But you never know where things could lead! After the break, read some comments from SEGA and the development team.

John Clark, Executive Vice President of Publishing at Sega Europe

“Signing this deal with Interior Night is another great step for Sega in terms of working with talented studios whether they’re established or embarking on a new journey whilst exploring our desire to launch new franchises and experiences. We’re really looking forward to working with Interior Night as their combined talents and imaginations evolve into a really strong narrative driven gaming experience.”

Caroline Machal, CEO at Interior Night

“We are very excited to work with Sega on our first narrative game. Sega have demonstrated a strong desire to take risks, innovate and work collaboratively with studios. With their help and support, we’re confident Interior Night can deliver a great narrative experience to existing gamers and to a broader audience.”

Learn more about Interior Night here, and we’ll be sure to share more news as we hear it.

[Source: Gematsu]

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One response to “SEGA Europe publishing new game from former Quantic Dream lead’s studio Interior Night

  1. Bertodecosta says:

    “Sega have demonstrated a strong desire to take risks, innovate, and work collaboratively with studios.”
    Yes, SEGA of Europe at least.

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