Former Blizzard Entertainment employees Tim Morten and Tim Campbell have announced the opening of their own game Studio. A company called Frost Giant Studios will create new titles in the RTS genre.
By data GamesIndustry.biz, the Studio has already attracted $4.7 million in investment. Among the first sponsors of the company was Riot Games, responsible for the development of League of Legends and Valorant.
In the past, Tim Morten served as the production Director and lead producer of StarCraft II, while Tim Campbell was the designer of Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne and Reign of Chaos. The developers have not yet revealed any details about upcoming projects — they will spend the first investment on creating a gameplay prototype.
Previously, other Blizzard Entertainment veterans, including former co-founder and President Mike morheim, founded Dreamhaven publishing and Moonshot and Secret Door studios. What projects they will be engaged in, it is not reported.
Hackers broke into Denuvo‑protection of the Crysis remaster
Hackers from the CPY group were able to bypass the Denuvo DRM protection of the Crysis remaster and put the game files in the public domain. 32 days have passed since the release of the title. Information about this appeared on the Crackwatch portal.
Crysis Remastered was one of many games using Denuvo that were hacked in recent days. During the week, hackers from the CPY group hacked marvel’s Avengers, Mafia, Death Stranding, Total War Saga: Troy and eFootball PES 2021, and on the account of EMPRESS — Planet Zoo, Mortal Kombat 11, Tekken 7 and Total War: Three Kingdoms. Before that, it was not possible to bypass Denuvo for several months.
The Crysis Remastered version for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 was Released on September 18. The average rating of the title on the review aggregator Metacritic is 71 points out of 100 from the press and 3.4 points out of 10 from users.