Remedy’s recent deals with Epic Games have not stopped the developer from making moves in other industry parts. Remedy Games revealed to investors that it has a partnership with Tencent for global development, licensing, and distribution agreement for a new cooperative multiplayer online game codenamed Vanguard.

Vanguard is a co-op, PvE, free-to-play shooter. It’s an IP that Remedy owns and will “replicate Remedy’s narrative experience and action gameplay into an immersive multiplayer environment.” Tencent will publish Vanguard in selected Asian markets, while Remedy will develop and distribute globally. Tencent also has the right to develop a mobile version of the game that the two companies have “agreed upon a separate revenue sharing program for.”

Here is Tero Virtala, CEO of Remedy Entertainment’s statement about the partnership.

Remedy’s entry into Games as-a-Service is Vanguard. Our top-tier team of free-to-play experts executed it. Remedy has many strengths, and we are creating something exciting for the cooperative multiplayer space. The next step in our company’s development is to expand our publishing capabilities. We are thrilled about the long-term partnership we have with Tencent. With confidence, I can state that it is a great fit to support Vanguard’s ambitious goals. Vanguard offers a global opportunity. Tencent can help Remedy worldwide and lead operations in Asia and the mobile market.

Other than Vanguard being developed for PC and consoles using the Unreal Engine, we don’t know anything else. The full announcement can be found on Remedy’s investor site. You can also read about the current deal with 505 games, including another multiplayer title set in the Control universe. You can also see the trailer for Alan Wake 2, released by The Game Awards earlier in the month.—add-unlimited-coins-no-survey—add-unlimited-coins-no-survey/c/aHjSTMd3mDc—how-to-get-free-credits—how-to-get-free-credits/c/B0LDoxfAgP8—add-unlimited-tokens-no-survey—add-unlimited-tokens-no-survey/c/9uHl8KrWqOQ

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