CD Projekt acquires Molasses Flood, the studio behind the flames in the flood

CD Projekt announced that it has acquired The Molasses Flood, a studio known for games such as The Flame in the Flood and Drake Hollow.

This message is through a Press release CD Projekt said The Molasses Flood is a great fit for the studio team. The studio will work on one of CD Projekt’s IP, although it will retain its identity and will not merge with any existing team in CD Projekt.

“Molasses Flood will work closely with CD Projekt Red, but will retain their current identity and will not merge with the existing team,” the press release reads. “The studio will work on its ambitious project, which is based on an IP of CD Projekt. Details about this project will be announced in the future.”

CD Projekt specifically cited the technical insight and experience of The Molasses Flood as the reason for this acquisition.

“We are always looking for a team that makes games with heart,” said Adam, President and CEO of CD Projekt Kiciński wrote in the press release. “Molasses Flood is as passionate about video game development as we are. They are experienced, quality-oriented, and have excellent technical insights. I believe they will bring a lot of talent and determination to the group.”

Forrest Dowling, the head of The Molasses Flood studio, said that the studio saw a great opportunity to become a member of the CD Projekt group, which is also home to CD Projekt Red, which is part of The Witcher series and Cyber​​punk 2077 The team behind. Dowling said the acquisition of Molasses Flood’s CD Projekt will allow the team to reach a wider audience.

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