Warsaw-based 11 bit studios (the Anomaly series, This War of Mine, Frostpunk) has also been successfully involved in publishing for several years, introducing well-received games such as Moonlighter and Children of Morta. The company just announced that it has two more titles in store, which it will help finance and publish. The first project belongs to the Polish team at Fool's Theory, responsible for Seven: The Days Long Gone, published in 2017. The new game is codenamed Vitriol and, according to the company's assurances, will be a valuable and well thought-out RPG. Jakub Rokosz, the founder of the studio and former employee of CD Projekt RED, spoke on the start of cooperation with 11 bit studios:
We are really satisfied with the cooperation with 11 bit studios. It is known for its ability to search for unique games with "soul". I am convinced that our upcoming title will fit perfectly into the type of projects the publisher likes to work on.
The second project, which will be released by 11 bit studios, will be the responsibility of the authors of Moonlighter, the Spanish team at Digital Sun Games. It is codenamed Foxhole and is to engage all the forces of the independent developer who has expressed his satisfaction with the cooperation with the Polish company. Let's add that other games may soon be added to 11 bit studios' publishing plans. The company's management plans to publish an average of 3-4 titles a year, while working on its own original games, which should be published at intervals of up to one and a half years.
- 11 bit studios - official homepage
- Fool's Theory's - official homepage
- Digital Sun Games - official homepage