Acquired by PlayStation in 2021, Liverpool-based studio Firesprite goes to have a lot loftier expectations and demand to reside to date with its future initiatives, and the studio is having fun with a scale of growth to mirror that.
Firesprite has introduced that it has moved to a brand new studio area in Liverpool, which, the developer says, will assist it fullfil its “imaginative and prescient of turning into a inventive powerhouse throughout the PlayStation Studios household”. The developer says its new studio area is designed round its “key pillars” of “collaboration and inclusiveness”, and to “help the brand new paradigm of working” round distant and in-office work.
Firesprite additionally confirms that it now has over 250 workers.
The studio’s first mission following its acquisition was Horizon Name of the Mountain, which launched for PS VR2 as a launch title in February. As for what’s subsequent, job advertisements have advised that Firesprite is engaged on a brand new story-driven AAA survival horror recreation, which, in accordance with alleged leaked PlayStation paperwork, is codenamed Heartbreak, is constructed on Unreal Engine 5, and can launch for PS5 and PC.
Leaks have additionally claimed that Firesprite is engaged on a Twisted Steel reboot.