What just happened? Former Rockstar North president Leslie Benzies (Leslie Benzies) raised $42 million for his upcoming interesting game “Everywhere”. The “Building Rocket Boys” studio he founded in 2018 received funding from the latest round of financing.
According to the interim report telegraph, The investment came from a variety of sources, including the Chinese company NetEase, which bought a minority stake in Bungie, a Destiny 2 developer, in 2018. Other investors include Makers Fund and New York cryptocurrency investor Galaxy Interactive.
After the launch of Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V), Benzies took a vacation at Rockstar North on September 1, 2014. In early 2016, he officially drop out The company he joined as a programmer 15 years ago.
-Everywhere (@everywhere_game) December 19, 2018
Soon after leaving Rockstar, Benzies sued the company with a profit sharing agreement in 2009, seeking damages of US$150 million. At that time, he became the head of Rockstar as the producer of the “Grand Theft Auto” series. At the time he signed This agreement. Benzies claimed that Rockstar co-founders Sam and Dan Houser got more money from the plan, but he was responsible for the expenses. The case was finally resolved last year.
In 2017, we heard Build a rocket boyThe first game called “Sci-Fi in the Open World” everywhere. When talking about this project three years ago, Benzies said: “There are many traditional game mechanics everywhere, but we are looking for more things that can be inspired from anywhere.”
“Players are getting smarter and their requirements for games are getting higher and higher. We hope that players can really freely live in our world in the way they want. We aim to provide a variety of game modes and styles. , Not only can tell our story, but also enable players to live in the identity and adventure they most want to explore.”
There is still a long way to go everywhere, but raising funds for the game does not seem to be a problem.
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