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Sony acquires Canadian game developer Haven Studios

sony Interactive Entertainment has revealed its intention to acquire a Canadian game development company Haven Entertainment studios. Haven Studios was founded by Jade Raymondco-creator of Assassin’s Creed and former director of Stadia Games and Entertainment.



“We were inspired by Haven’s vision to create a modern multiplayer experience that brings players together in positive and meaningful ways. We were confident in their creative and technical expertise to deliver such an ambitious project and were excited to invest in their journey. by developing a new, original IP address for PlayStation”, Hermen Hulst Head of PlayStation Studios said in a statement.

With that, Sony now has a team of game developers in Canada. Canada is one of the largest producers of AAA games in the world.

“As SIE’s proprietary studio, we will have the opportunity to collaborate with some of the most renowned development teams in the world, including studios such as Guerrilla, Naughty Dog, Media Molecule and Insomniac Games, the game creators who have inspired as gamers and developers for years,” noted Haven Studios CEO and Founder Jade Raymond.

Raymond also said Haven Studios’ first new IP is well on its way to delivering a AAA multiplayer experience that delivers a world of “freedom, thrill, and play.” Surprisingly, the price paid by Sony for Haven has not been revealed.

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