Embracer Group, previously generally known as THQ Nordic, announced that it has 118 games underneath growth, together with 69 unannounced titles.

That sounds a bit loopy, nevertheless it’s a measure of how massive the Stockholm, Sweden-based sport holding firm, now considered one of Europe’s largest sport publishers, has develop into. The firm disclosed the event exercise in its earnings report for the yr ended April 1.

Embracer Group has 5 main subsidiaries with a complete of 31 sport studios and greater than 3,500 workers and contractors. The massive teams embrace Amplifier Game Invest, Coffee Stain Holding, Koch Media, THQ Nordic, and the not too long ago acquired Saber interactive.

When you consider how uncommon this exercise is, the corporate has a mean of 29 folks engaged on every sport, and every studio has a mean of 112 workers. Those are small groups by the requirements of triple-A American corporations, however they’re giant groups for indie video games. And that’s what Embracer Group has in its portfolio: a mixture of massive video games and small ones.

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Titles coming embrace Biomutant, Chorus, Deep Rock Galactic, Destroy All Humans!, Iron Harvest, MotoGP 20, Ride 4, Wasteland 3, and WWE2K Battlegrounds.

And the corporate has revenues coming in from titles akin to Darksiders, Dead Island, Elex, Goat Simulator, Kingdom Come Deliverance, Metro, Monster Energy Supercross, MX vs ATV, Remnant: From the Ashes, Satisfactory, Saints Row, Wreckfest, and World War Z.

During the fourth fiscal quarter ended April 1, the corporate acquired Saber Interactive, maker of the just-released Snowrunner and World War Z, for $525 million. Saber Interactive has 600 workers.

For the fourth quarter, gross sales have been $138.Four million and working earnings of $29.6 million. And Embracer Group mentioned it has raised an extra $165.Four million to enhance its money place and purchase much more corporations, mentioned Lars Wingefors, CEO of Embracer Group, in an announcement.