CreatorsPublishersAdvertisers

#Arenanet

massivelyop.com

Massively Uplifting: Warframe fights cancer, Square Enix helps the Red Cross, and Extra Life 2021 looms

Summer has ended, school has started, and now the leaves have begun to fall as the air turns cooler. It’s a time of coziness and warmth. And what is better at warming you on the inside (besides hot chocolate, of course!) than the act of doing good deeds? Be it your own actions or hearing about those of others, charity and service drive out the chill and bring warmth to the heart and soul.
CANCER
Picture for Massively Uplifting: Warframe fights cancer, Square Enix helps the Red Cross, and Extra Life 2021 looms
louisianarecord.com

Gov. Edwards, Possibility Space Announce Video Game Development Studio

Louisiana Governor's Office issued the following announcement on Oct. 13. Gov. John Bel Edwards and video game development executive Jeff Strain announced the launch of Possibility Space, a game development studio that will build large-scale video games for a global audience. Possibility Space becomes the latest addition to Louisiana’s growing interactive entertainment cluster, which includes inXile, a Microsoft Xbox Game Studio; High Voltage Software, part of Keywords Studios; Testronic and Turbosquid, all in New Orleans, and Electronic Arts in Baton Rouge.
NEW ORLEANS, LA
Picture for Gov. Edwards, Possibility Space Announce Video Game Development Studio

State: Video game venture means 75 new New Orleans-area jobs

BATON ROUGE, La. — Louisiana economic development officials say a new video game development project based in New Orleans will create 75 new jobs with an average annual salary of $100,000. The new business is called Possibility Space. It's founded by entrepreneur Jeff Strain, who is known for creating Seattle-based...
NEW ORLEANS, LA
Picture for State: Video game venture means 75 new New Orleans-area jobs
TRENDING TOPICS
houmatimes.com

Gov. Edwards, Possibility Space Announce Video Game Development Studio

Gov. John Bel Edwards and video game development executive Jeff Strain announced the launch today of Possibility Space, a game development studio that will build large-scale video games for a global audience. Possibility Space becomes the latest addition to Louisiana’s growing interactive entertainment cluster, which includes inXile, a Microsoft Xbox Game Studio; High Voltage Software, part of Keywords Studios; Testronic and Turbosquid, all in New Orleans, and Electronic Arts in Baton Rouge.
NEW ORLEANS, LA
techraptor.net

Possibility Space is a New Game Dev from ArenaNet Co-Founder Jeff Strain

Former ArenaNet Co-Founder Jeff Strain has announced a new project: Possibility Space, a new game development studio that's embracing new innovations in the industry. The gaming industry is certainly changing, especially after more than a year of remote work, game delays, and other troubles. Some game developers have taken the lessons learned from these trials and moved to make things better for their workers; two such examples are Tripwire Interactive moving to a flexible remote work schedule and Eidos Montreal working towards a four-day workweek.
VIDEO GAMES
massivelyop.com

Former ArenaNet boss Jeff Strain’s new gaming company is called Possibility Space

There’s a new games studio in town: Possibility Space, led by veteran game executive Jeff Strain. Strain, of course, is best known to MMORPG audience as one of the founders of ArenaNet and pioneers of Classic Guild Wars, but he also founded Undead Labs and rolled out the State of Decay franchise and was a senior dev on multiple classic Blizzard titles, including Diablo and World of Warcraft. (Unsurprisingly given the ongoing Blizzard scandals, the press release doesn’t mention Blizzard at all; we’ve previously covered how Strain departed Blizzard in 1998 over disagreements that most definitely make Strain look even better – and Blizzard look even worse – in hindsight.)
NEW ORLEANS, LA
Game Informer Online

ArenaNet, Undead Labs Founder Jeff Strain Opens New Studio

Industry veteran Jeff Strain has opened Possibility Space, a new game development studio embracing remote work to draw on talent from around the world. Strain is a former Blizzard developer, having co-founded ArenaNet, the studio behind Guild Wars, over 20 years ago. He also founded Undead Labs, the studio behind State of Decay that Microsoft acquired in 2018. Possibility Space has already gathered up some impressive talent, too, featuring former developers from Campo Santo, Ubisoft, Insomniac, Double Fine, BioWare, EA, and more.
VIDEO GAMES
gamesindustry.biz

ArenaNet and Ubisoft veterans create new studio Possibility Space

A group of industry veterans coming from ArenaNet, Insomniac, EA, Ubisoft, Undead Labs and more have announced the creation of game development studio Possibility Space. Based out of New Orleans, Louisiana the company said that it's committed to "creating world-class games within safe and ethical work environments." The studio also...
VIDEO GAMES
realmicentral.com

Former Blizzard chief programmer Jeff Strain establishes a new studio with employees from various well-known developers

Jeff Strain (the founder of ArenaNet and Undead Labs) today announced the establishment of the Possibility Space studio. This new development studio has excellent former employees from V agency, Ubisoft, Insomniac, Double Fine, EA and other companies. They hope to create a shared human experience while continuously promoting the development of modern game technology and the development of games. expect.
BUSINESS
bizneworleans.com

Global Video Game Development Studio Coming to N.O.

NEW ORLEANS — State officials and video game development executive Jeff Strain announced the launch today of Possibility Space, a game development studio that will “build large-scale video games for a global audience.”. The studio will be headquartered on Poydras Street in the Central Business District. More details will be...
NEW ORLEANS, LA
PCGamesN

ArenaNet, Valve, Ubisoft, Double Fine vets form “innovative” new studio, Possibility Space

There’s a new studio on the block made up of devs who have worked across some of the biggest studios and series in the gaming industry. Called Possibility Space, the studio is headed up by Guild Wars 2 developer ArenaNet co-founder Jeff Strain, and it’s adopting an “innovative” model that brings a team of veterans from studios such as Valve, Ubisoft, Double Fine, EA, and more together through an “ambitious, physically distributed” setup.
VIDEO GAMES
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE