After making a name for themselves with the critically acclaimed and highly successful Chronicles of Riddick games, StarBreeze has signed a multi-year, studio-wide deal to use Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 3 for multi-platform games.

Johan Kristiansson, CEO of Starbreeze Studios commented in the press release about the deal, saying…
"We evaluated several game engines in the market and came to the conclusion that Unreal Engine 3 is the solution that best fits our needs," ... "We were particularly impressed by the tool chain, which facilitates rapid iteration and high productivity for our team."

For those wondering if this has anything to do with The Darkness II, you can forget about that because 2K Games has Digital Extremes (best known for their work on Unreal Championship and BioShock 2 among other titles) working on the sequel for The Darkness.

We’ll keep you posted on where StarBreeze goes from here. For more info on the developer be sure to head on over to their Official Website.

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