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Lords of the Fallen 2 Will be the Biggest Project of CI Games

CI Games CEO Mark Tymiński shared a few details of their upcoming title Lords of the Fallen 2 will be their biggest project ever.

CI Games CEO Mark Tymiński shares new details about Lords of the Fallen 2

”Lords of the Fallen 2 is our largest project in terms of the whole of CI Games. The previous game was a full-priced, full-featured release and we’re approaching the next one with an even larger scope. The sequel will move the franchise to dark fantasy and will offer a revised and challenging combat system.

Our strategy at CI Games changed significantly vs the one we had for years 2017- 2019. While Lords of the Fallen 2 has a full price, Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 will stay mid-price. We appreciate having the ability to work on a mixture of games via our 2 separate teams and our many external partners from all around the world.”Lords of the Fallen 2 Will be the Biggest Project of CI GamesLords of the 2 Fallen have some bad history about the development the game passes hands at least 2 times before getting into the hands of Hexworks, a studio in Barcelona, Bucharest. Needless to say, the company’s goal is to make it into a ‘long-running franchise.

Contextually, CI Games CEO Marek Tymiński also provided an update on the other major franchise owned by the Polish developer and publisher: Sniper Ghost Warrior. The franchise has now cumulatively sold over 11 million units, with Contracts 2 due to release ‘soon’.

I am happy to break 11 million copies. The franchise is important to us. We have learned a lot from SGW3. And we successfully launched Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts, which just passed the 1 million units mark. The next instalment in the franchise SGW Contracts 2 will be available globally soon. We hope to see great success from the upcoming games of the developer. We will have to wait and see what CI games have to offer for us in the future.

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