A report not included in 3DJuegos spoke of an alleged interest in putting the two studios on the market.
Warner Bros. Games has denied this weekend an alleged interest of the company in putting two of its most successful development teams up for sale, NetherRealm Studios, creators of Injustice 2 and Mortal Kombat 11, and TT Games, authors of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga and other series premieres.
Such statement comes after a report to which Jez Cordon, senior editor of Windows Central would have had access, which spoke of the desire of the video games division of WarnerMedia to get rid of both studios alleging be out of its scope of action. Speculation soon began about possible large companies in the sector interested in its acquisition, but since WBIE they have not wanted to give rise to the rumor reaching greater and muddying the work of its subsidiaries.
“I can confirm that NetherRealm Studios and TT Games will continue to be part of Warner Bros. Games, and they are all included in the Warner Media Discovery merger,” assured Remi Sklar, a company spokesperson, on The Gamer.
The expression used to justify its alleged release comes a few days after Warner Bros. Games’ desire to focus on the development of its own IPs was known, something that in the case of TT Games is not always the case when developing video games set. in the Star Wars universe or in the Marvel Comics universe. For its part, NetherRealm Studios is performing on its new project.
Warner Bros. Games is every so often at the center of rumors about its sale due to the financial situation of its owners, more now after confirming the sale / merger of the parent group, WarnerMedia, to Discovery Inc. to form a large conglomerate with the world of television as the protagonist but where video games seem to continue to have their place with the exception of Golf Clash, the mobile success for which EA is going to pay 1.4 billion dollars.
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