Embracer Group reportedly negotiated a deal with Marvel for new games

Acquisitions have been a trend lately, with Microsoft buying up big companies like Activision Blizzard, Bethesda, and many more. Other companies like Embracer Group are also doing their best to keep up with Microsoft.

Embracer Group acquired Crystal Dynamic and Eidos Montreal yesterday, bringing Marvel’s Avengers, Tomb Raider, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Deus Ex, Thief and more to their portfolio.

But it doesn’t look like they’ll be stopping soon as Miller, who has previously reported on other business developments, tweeted that Embracer Group is currently negotiate a deal with Marvel far beyond the Avengers.

We could see many more games in the future if this is true. Guardians of the Galaxy Video game fans’ hopes for a sequel are also rekindled by this rumor, and who knows, maybe a Deadpool video game will appear in the future.

Embracer Group recently dominated the market; they currently have over 230 titles in development and over 120 game development studios, which shows that they have cemented their brand in the gaming industry.

We are thrilled and look forward to what Embracer Group brings to the table with these acquisitions. That’s the limited information we have at this time, but we’ll be on the lookout for more news regarding this rumored deal between Embracer Group and Marvel.

What do you think about Embracer Group reaching a deal with Marvel that extends way beyond Avengers and adds more games to its portfolio? Let us know in the “Comments” section.

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