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Epic Games partners with indie studios Eyes Out and Spry Fox

Epic Games has announced that it would be collaborating with two independent companies and will be publishing their future games as a result of their partnership. Spry Fox and the new studio Eyes Out are the names of these two companies, respectively.

It was just this year that Eyes Out was established by Cory Davis and Nine Inch Nails guitarist Robin Finck. A single-player horror game for multiple platforms is said to be in the works at the moment at the company. After receiving an Epic Mega Grant, Eyes Out developed the game. During an interview with GamesBeat, Davis said, “The thing I enjoy the most about working with Epic is that we are given the creative freedom to build the precise thing that we’ve been dreaming of.” Every element of the project will be handled differently when the developer has that level of control.

“Eyes Out’s relationship with Epic Games Publishing is this simpatico force of being focused on bringing this weird universe to light,” Finck said in an interview about the collaboration. Think of it as a research center. There are squares all over the place in this organization. In the middle of the meadow, there is a clearing. We’re benefiting from the breeze. The pie in our faces comes just when we need it the most,” he continues.

It has been revealed that Spry Fox, the developers of the life simulation game Cozy Grove, are working on an undisclosed multiplayer project that will be non-violent in nature. Spry Fox CCO Daniel Cook said in an interview with GamesBeat that the company’s aim was to develop a game that will make the world a better place.

“In the globe, we’re putting a lot of effort into promoting friendship and decreasing loneliness,” says the organization. In terms of how gaming can bring people together, I’ve always been enthusiastic about it,” Cook remarked.

Cook went on to say that Epic’s assistance with infrastructure and marketing has been invaluable: “We have a great deal of artistic flexibility.” Some of their infrastructure will be used by us, and we will be utilizing some of their intellectual property. Our marketing and business support used to be completely self-contained inside our own company. Now that the scale of these games has increased, we’re searching for partners in whom we can place our faith and confidence. Fortunately, Epic is here to help!”

GO News Team
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