Former EA government vice chairman of worldwide studios Patrick Soderlund has introduced his indie studio, titled Embark, is starting improvement on its first sport. In a blog post, Soderlund detailed the kind of sport Embark is engaged on.
“Lots about this first game of ours will change and evolve as we progress,” Soderlund wrote. “With that caveat out of the way, I can tell you that it’s a cooperative free-to-play action game set in a distant future, about overcoming seemingly impossible odds by working together.” Embark is utilizing Epic’s Unreal Engine to develop the sport.
Soderlund left EA in August 2018, however not earlier than enjoying a key function within the firm’s improvement of the Battlefield and Star Wars Battlefront franchises, together with Battlefield V and Battlefront II. “From his early vision for Frostbite, which has now become a cornerstone for our technology strategy, to being a champion for Players First experiences, Patrick has always ensured we put creative at the center of everything we do,” EA CEO Andrew Wilson mentioned when asserting Soderlund’s departure.
After Soderlund’s departure, there was an inner shakeup inside EA, and the corporate introduced a renewed focus for a way gamers consumed its video games. “We’re deepening our focus on user experience, and welcoming Jason Wozencroft to our studios to lead a strong, unified UX approach for our games and services,” Wilson mentioned. “And with new games and content playing a vital role in our networked future, the EA Originals and EA Partners teams led by Rob Letts will join our Strategic Growth group.”