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Ascendant Studios Staff Are Now In Furlough, Putting The Company’s Future In Doubt - gameranx.com
gameranx.com
11.04.2024 / 13:17

Ascendant Studios Staff Are Now In Furlough, Putting The Company’s Future In Doubt

Ascendant Studios, who made last year’s Immortals of Aveum, seem to be in a dire state.

$70 titles are doomed to go “the way of the dodo” says Saber Interactive CEO - rockpapershotgun.com
rockpapershotgun.com
11.04.2024 / 12:39

$70 titles are doomed to go “the way of the dodo” says Saber Interactive CEO

The $70 release day price for standard AAA titles is both unsustainable and on the way out, claims Saber Interactive CEO Matthew Karch, via an interview with IGN reporter Rebekah Valentine.

Saber's Matthew Karch: "The AAA model is going to change" - gamesindustry.biz
gamesindustry.biz
10.04.2024 / 17:43

Saber's Matthew Karch: "The AAA model is going to change"

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Saber Interactive Boss Believes Big-Budget $70 Games Aren’t Sustainable - gamingbolt.com
gamingbolt.com
10.04.2024 / 02:31

Saber Interactive Boss Believes Big-Budget $70 Games Aren’t Sustainable

CEO of Saber Interactive, Matthew Karch, has said in an interview with IGN that he believes that games that cost $70 will eventually start disappearing. Karch spoke about various aspects of development, saying that studios and publishers will eventually start looking at ways to reduce costs for AAA projects.

Saber Interactive boss defends Embracer's acquisition strategy after "bittersweet" split - eurogamer.net - Sweden
eurogamer.net
09.04.2024 / 11:09

Saber Interactive boss defends Embracer's acquisition strategy after "bittersweet" split

Saber Interactive CEO Matthew Karch has defended Embracer's acquisition strategy, following its split from the Swedish conglomerate.

$70 games ‘will go the way of the dodo’, believes Saber CEO - videogameschronicle.com
videogameschronicle.com
09.04.2024 / 10:39

$70 games ‘will go the way of the dodo’, believes Saber CEO

Saber Interactive CEO Matthew Karch believes the ‘$70 game’ will eventually become a thing of the past, as developers move to reduce costs and risk in an increasingly challenging AAA games market.

Saber’s CEO: Embracer “Was Supportive Of Our Ambitions”, Layoffs Happened Because The Market Lost Patience With Them - gameranx.com
gameranx.com
09.04.2024 / 09:27

Saber’s CEO: Embracer “Was Supportive Of Our Ambitions”, Layoffs Happened Because The Market Lost Patience With Them

Saber CEO Matthew Karch has entered a no-holds barred interview with IGN about his company’s experience with Embracer Group. But what he has to say is probably going to surprise you.

Saber Will Now Publish The Painkiller Game They Are Developing - gameranx.com - Poland - state Florida
gameranx.com
09.04.2024 / 09:27

Saber Will Now Publish The Painkiller Game They Are Developing

Saber Interactive has confirmed they are still working on the next Painkiller game, but with one big change.

Saber Interactive CEO Pulls Back the Curtain on Joining, and Leaving Embracer - ign.com
ign.com
08.04.2024 / 20:49

Saber Interactive CEO Pulls Back the Curtain on Joining, and Leaving Embracer

In the aftermath of Saber’s separation due to Embracer’s recent struggles, it might be easy to expect someone like Saber Interactive CEO (and owner, via holding company Beacon Interactive) Matthew Karch to be a bit gleeful, or even spiteful. But he’s not.

Star Wars KOTOR Report Suggests Good News For Xbox - screenrant.com
screenrant.com
05.04.2024 / 13:03

Star Wars KOTOR Report Suggests Good News For Xbox

The upcoming remake of may still be in development but a recent report suggests it may launch on more consoles than previously expected. Following the announcement that Bioware's classic RPG set in a galaxy far, far away would be remade for modern audiences, the community was disappointed to learn that it would be released as a PlayStation 5 console exclusive and would later make the jump to PC. Despite this initially disheartening news, Xbox Series X|S owners may not need to fear any longer.

KOTOR Remake is 'Alive and Well', Insists Saber Interactive CEO | Push Square - pushsquare.com - Australia
pushsquare.com
05.04.2024 / 09:17

KOTOR Remake is 'Alive and Well', Insists Saber Interactive CEO | Push Square

They say that no news is good news, but in the case of the carbonite-encased Knights of the Old Republic remake, apparently languishing in development hell, we'll take whatever scraps we can get. Now an independent entity free from the imploding Embracer Group, developer Saber Interactive's CEO, Matthew Karch, has acknowledged the project, albeit briefly.

PlayStation Wants "Nothing To Do With" The KOTOR Remake - thegamer.com
thegamer.com
04.04.2024 / 22:47

PlayStation Wants "Nothing To Do With" The KOTOR Remake

You'd struggle to find a game right now more up in the air than the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake that was first announced back in 2021, a project that has swapped developers multiple times since then and very few official updates on whether it will actually release at all. With all that uncertainty, fans no longer have confidence that it will even be a good game if it sees the light of day, and PlayStation maker Sony is apparently of the same mind.

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