RedDeer.Games and Longterm Games have signed a publishing agreement and started long-term cooperation. The first game created by Longterm Games will be released on the Nintendo Switch console thanks to RedDeer.Games.
RedDeer.Games will be responsible for the entire publishing and marketing process related to the Nintendo console. The game has been in development since 2020, although the details are so far shrouded in mystery.
– We saw the game in action and I must admit that our team is very impressed with the quality of the production. We are glad that we will be able to maximize its sales on Switch – says Michał M. Lisiecki, CEO and co-founder of RedDeer.Games.
– We’re happy about this partnership even more because we are the only publisher with which Longterm Games will cooperate. On other platforms the company decided to self-publish – he adds.
– Cooperation with RedDeer.Games opens the door to the Nintendo Switch console market, which we count on very much in the case of our first production. We believe that thanks to the publisher’s marketing support, the game will turn out to be a classic long-seller – says Albert Rokicki, President of the Management Board of Longterm Games.
RedDeer.Games is currently one of the largest publishers of Nintendo Switch games, with over 40 titles in its portfolio. The company’s games regularly appear in the TOP30 of sales of this console in all regions, as well as in the category recently added to the eShop – games where the most time was spent.
Out of 1,777 publishers on Nintendo Switch, RedDeer.Games moved up from 136th to 63rd position during the year, and in 2023 it plans to hit the TOP10.
Longterm Games was established in 2020 on the initiative of Albert Rokicki, MA in economics, an experienced investor, specializing in the gamedev industry, founder of the Longterm.pl portal. His mission in life is to educate Polish society in the field of stock market investments and to attract foreign capital to Poland.
The team creating the studio’s first game is headed by Robert Ogłodziński, who co-created The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077 at CD Projekt and a dozen of indie games.
We can expect the official presentation of the first game created by Longterm Games within a few weeks. The premiere is initially planned for the fourth quarter of 2022.
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RedDeer.Games (RDG) is an independent development studio that has been operating on the gaming market since the fourth quarter of 2019.. The company is a producer and publisher of its own indie games and titles from other producers sold around the world in the digital distribution model, via dedicated platforms, in particular Nintendo eShop, Microsoft Store, and STEAM, which are the largest distributors of games and applications in the world.
Combining the expertise of a team of passionate designers, artists, musicians, programmers, and producers, RDG creates fun and addictive indie games. Currently, the company has nearly 100 contracted titles in its portfolio.
The year 2022 is a breakthrough for RDG – at the beginning of the year, a company within its own structure established a dedicated department that will be responsible for the implementation of NFT tokens for titles issued by the studio. Additionally, after two years of operating activity in the indie segment, it plans to expand its competencies in the field of game production in AA | AA +.
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ABOUT LONGTERM GAMES
The mission of the studio founded in 2020 by Albert Rokicki and Robert Głodziński is to create unique, outstanding video games that players would like to play endlessly.
The business model assumes the creation of games with a very long monetization period, thanks to which the productions will be able to obtain the status of typical “long sellers”, generating income for many years, both from the sale of the basic version, as well as add-ons, multiplayer modes (co-op), packages with access to all add-ons (the so-called “season pass”) and subsequent parts (sequels).