NetEase has announced the establishment of a brand-new game studio GPTRACK50.
The studio is led by Hiroyuki Kobayashi who is well known for being the producer of Resident Evil, Devil May Cry and Dragon’s Dogma. He has also worked on bringing original video games IPs into other media from live actions, animations, stage play to even manga adaptations.
“I believe that NetEase Games, a company with extensive experience in investment and co- development, is a very reliable business partner in developing high quality games and entertainment projects. With the support and respect from NetEase in understanding me and my team’s development achievements and values, I will build a stronger team with the goal of creating more original quality content that will satisfy users around the world.”
– Hiroyuki Kobayashi, President of GPTRACK50
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GPTRACK50 is wholly owned by NetEase, grouping together professionals in the gaming and film industry with the aim to deliver original entertainment content from Japan to worldwide.
They have also stated from their official twitter that they would not limit their productions to just video games and would pursue presenting them in other multimedia franchises.
Do check out their official website and follow their twitter for more upcoming news on the company.
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