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Thursday, 21 March 2013 09:18

Investor brings $$$ to Carmageddon reboot

Written by David Stellmack

Funding will bring to next-gen consoles

Stainless Games is working on the new reboot of Carmageddon, which is now called Carmageddon: Reincarnation. The game was originally talked about in 2011; and then we heard more about it when the studio went on to receive $600,000 as part of its Kickstarter drive to get the game to the finish line.

The Carmageddon reboot has received a major infusion of cash from a new investor. The investor is none other than founder of Bullfrog and former EA European studios, VP Les Edgar. Edgar has invested $3.5 million into the development of Carmageddon: Reincarnation.

The additional funding will help the studio get the game converted to both next-gen platforms. While the funding is great, no publisher has been announced yet, and no official release date has been confirmed.

You can check out more here at the Stainless Games website.

 

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