Warner Bros. plans to sell NetherRealm Studios and TT Games, according to Windows Central documents seen by Jez Corden (via The Gamer e push the box). speaking as part of a audio notation, The reporter noted that the developers human kombat e Puzzle Games May be in difficulties, after a A complex merger that will see AT&T combine parts of its business with cable company Discovery.
It is not clear how recent these documents are and it has already been confirmed that WB Games will continue under Warner’s mantle. There is also no mention of who will buy the studios, although of course we always have Microsoft and Sony as options.
Corden believes that movies, not games, could be responsible for Warner Bros.’ decision to fire the developers: “I think Warner Bros. was not satisfied with the film’s performance. human kombatAnd the [e] They weren’t happy with the latest movies Puzzle Games. In addition, all LEGO are licensed outside Denmark and this is detrimental to your earnings.”
However, if it has already been sold, it is unknown whether NetherRealm Studios will own it human kombat.
Update: WB Games contacted TheGamer, which originally reported the news, and denied the studios were for sale.
WB Games’ Remi Sklar contacted TheGamer in response to the rumors, saying, “I can confirm that NetherRealm Studios and TT Games will continue to be part of Warner Bros. The games are all included in the Warner Media Discovery merger.”