According to some rumors leaked on the net it seems that Warner Bros. will sell their major studios such as NetherRealm is TT Games, respectively developers of the Mortal Kombat, Injustice, and the saga inspired by the world LEGO.
The information came during a live by Jez Cordon, an exponent of Windows Central, who asserts that according to some reports he received there would be among the many plans for Warner Bros., including that of to sell the two development houses of which we have spoken to you, without however specifying the time limits.
Obviously, Cordon himself is keen to point out that such news is absolutely not confirmed and that the report he received may be old and therefore out of date. However, news of a possible sale may have particularly significant implications, given that we are talking about huge video game development houses with in tow thousands of developers extremely talented.
As reported by the aforementioned Jez Cordon then, for Warner Bros. Interactive, both NetherRealm and TT Games are no longer “Within their scope” within the company. Thus hinting that Warner Bros. will sell the two promising studios in a possible future.
Although we would like to clarify that IP and intellectual property of historical importance for the gaming world such as Mortal Kombat is Injustice will remain however of owned by Warner Bros., unless the company decides to sell the individual brands as well as the developers who work there.
On the other hand, the problems in the Warner house are not only recent, numerous rumors had already come about with last year AT&T (the main company) interested a sell the entire games section of Warner.
While just a few weeks ago we found ourselves with the news that a Warner Games studio, Playdemic was bought by Electronic Arts for $ 1.4 billion. In short, from the various rumors it seems that the company is giving up its resources to compensate for a situation that does not seem all rosy.
Another important news also taken up by the colleagues of TheGamer is there‘Union of 43 billion dollars between WarnerMedia is Discorvery that they should now create a single new company called Warner Bros. Discovery that would split from AT&T in the near future.
To further complicate the state of profound confusion about the fate of these developers, there are also further rumors, very insistent even if absolutely not corfemato, during E3 2021 of Microsoft, and who would like the Redmond giant ready to buy Rocksteady and NetherRealm to add them to the substantial list ofXbox Games Pass.
Once again, however, we remind you as Coez himself said, that such information leaked as rumors have not been confirmed and despite the incredible chaotic situation, we still do not know for sure what the certain fate of the fathers of some of the IP more important in history of our favorite media.
However, given their talent we are very hopeful that if ever there were be future acquisitions or sales these would work out for the better.