Indie writer Uncooked Fury has bought the rights to the Kingdom franchise from creator Thomas van den Berg for an undisclosed charge.
The dominion-building simulation title was the primary recreation revealed by Uncooked Fury, and has spawned two sequels together with a reworked model of the unique and a correct follow-up referred to as Kingdom: Two Crowns.
The collection has offered over four million copies so far, however after spending one of the best a part of a decade engaged on the franchise van den Berg is seeking to step away and discover new frontiers.
With that in thoughts, the developer has offered the rights to Uncooked Fury so the collection can proceed. It is a deal that works nicely for each events, with Uncooked Fury co-founder Gordon Van Dyke having performed a key position in growing the collection, initially serving to out with design and balancing, earlier than taking up the mantle of recreation director and designer on Kingdom: Two Crowns.
“The primary pixels of Kingdom I placed on digital paper round 2011, it’s been an extended and fascinating time engaged on one thing so pricey to me,” commented van den Berg. “However now, I’d prefer to proceed difficult myself and discover totally different sorts of tasks.
“And whereas most Kingdoms do not final lengthy, the Kingdom collection deserves to go on. For that, it’s nice that Uncooked Fury has been so deeply concerned within the recreation for thus lengthy, enabling them to take the collection someplace I by no means might.”
Transferring ahead, Uncooked Fury intends to launch “updates, expansions, new platforms, and new video games,” and already has an in depth roadmap in place.