UK developer Splash Injury has acquired Bulkhead for an undisclosed sum.
Derby-based Bulkhead is greatest often known as the group behind World Battle 2 shooter Battalion 1944 and first-person puzzle recreation The Turing Take a look at.
The acquisition was talked about in a press launch for Transformers: Reactivate, which was introduced throughout final night time’s The Sport Awards. The 2 studios are collaborating on the web motion multiplayer recreation, which is heading to PC and console beginning with a closed beta in 2023.
Bulkhead additionally confirmed it’s now owned by Splash Injury via Twitter.
“It is a new period,” the group wrote. “We’re proud to be a part of Splash Injury. To be acquired by a developer of the video games we grew up taking part in is an honour.
“Everybody at Bulkhead is able to present the world what we’re able to with the best associate. Let’s make some f****** sick shooters.”
Again in August, Bulkhead introduced it had ended its partnership with writer Sq. Enix Collective, partly over the actual fact the latter by no means launched the PS4 and Xbox One variations of Battalion 1944.
Sq. Enix bought a 20% stake in Bulkhead again in 2018.