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Friday, 15 August 2008 07:09

EA gets Epic and Grasshopper

Written by David Stellmack

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Two more developers to go with EA Partners Program


Electronic Arts seems to be on a roll these days when it comes to getting developers to join the EA Partners program. After id Software announced that it will be taking Rage through the EA Partners program, it was now announced that Epic and Grasshopper have signed up, as well.

Epic, best known for the Unreal titles and Unreal Engine that powers many popular games, will be signing on for the distribution of a new IP-based game that is in development with People Can Fly studios who were responsible for Painkiller as well as the PC version of Gears of War.

Grasshopper, on the other hand, features Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami and Goichi Suda who are working on a new action packed action horror title that will be headed to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii.

EA’s partners program continues to be popular and is continuing to grain traction in the industry with EA now distributing some of the best upcoming titles.

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