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Embracer’s crisis has reportedly led to the cancellation of a new Deus Ex game.

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Embracer GroupAccording to reports,, the Swedish holding firm undergoing restructuring has canceled a Deus Ex-themed game. Bloomberg You can find out more about this by clicking here.The developers had been working on this unannounced game for two years. Embracer or developer Eidos have not addressed the reported cancellation in detail, but both have confirmed that it has happened. You can also check out our other articles.They laid off 97 workers at Deus Ex developer Eidos Montreal.

Eidos will reportedly focus instead on “an original franchise.” Bloomberg’s sources say the Deus Ex game was scheduled to start production later this year. The franchise’s most recent mainline installment was 2016’s Deus Ex: Mankind divided.

After Increasingly aggressiveThrough Purchases made during the pandemicThe Embracer Group went through a turbulent time last year. The company A restructuring plan has been announcedAfter an unnamed investor pulled out of the planned deal that was expected to bring in $2 billion over a six-year period, in June 2023. AxiosLater reportedThe mysterious investor was Savvy Games GroupThe Saudi government funds this project.

Embracer announced August’s announcement. Volition has closed its doorsThe studio behind the Saints Row series. The parent company laidoff about 900 workers in September, and another 50 at Chorus developer Fishlabs. Embracer released its latest version earlier this month. Lost Boys Interactive has been shutteredManufacturers of Tiny Tina’s Wonderland — pinning the blame on “headwinds facing the industry right now.”

Embracer states that the restructuring phase will last until the end of the month. The company claims that it will provide regular updates, including its next quarterly reports on February 15th.

Eidos confirmed that it had let go 97 employees in the development teams, administration, and support services, along with the alleged cancellation of Deus Ex. “The global economic context, the challenges of our industry and the comprehensive restructuring announced by Embracer have finally impacted our studio,” Eidos wrote in a statement.



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