Starbreeze gets Payday: The Heist devs in the bag

19 Apr 2012 by Paul Younger
Swedish development studio Starbreeze (most recently responsible for the remake of Syndicate) has reached an agreement to acquire Overkill Software, developers of Payday: The Heist. All shares in Overkill will be purchased by Starbreeze from parent company SLG Ever Screen Ltd. The announcement (linked below in the original Swedish) also notes that co-op shooter Payday: The Heist has sold more than 400,000 copies. President of Starbreeze Michael Nermark is quoted as saying: "We are very pleased with this acquisition of Overkill Software" (or at least he is when I use google to translate the document). Source: starbreeze.com Image taken from Payday: The Heist

Swedish development studio Starbreeze (most recently responsible for the remake of Syndicate) has reached an agreement to acquire Overkill Software, developers of Payday: The Heist. All shares in Overkill will be purchased by Starbreeze from parent company SLG Ever Screen Ltd.
The announcement (linked below in the original Swedish) also notes that co-op shooter Payday: The Heist has sold more than 400,000 copies.
President of Starbreeze Michael Nermark is quoted as saying: “We are very pleased with this acquisition of Overkill Software” (or at least he is when I use google to translate the document).
Source: starbreeze.com
Image taken from Payday: The Heist

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