Riot Games Acquires Radiant Entertainment

Riot Games acquires Radiant Entertainment

Not too long ago Riot Games made a statement that they have acquired the Radient Entertainment and its developers. Read full statement below

We are delighted to announce that Radiant Entertainment has been acquired by Riot Games. At Riot, our developers will continue their mission of building incredible games that speak to us personally as players. You’re probably wondering what this means for our games.

 

First and foremost, Stonehearth will go on, full speed ahead. We’ll continue delivering Alphas at our current pace, with the aim of delivering the final game “when it’s ready.” We’ll continue keeping you up to date on our progress through things like our Twitch streams and Desktop Tuesday blog posts.

 

As for Rising Thunder, the team will start work on a new game that we’re incredibly excited about. We wish we could say more now, but rest assured you’ll hear more when the time is right. For now, we will be permanently closing Rising Thunder on March 18th. Thanks to everyone who participated in the Alpha!

 

And more broadly, to everyone who has helped support us by playing Stonehearth and Rising Thunder, backing our Kickstarter, telling your friends, and giving us your feedback: Thank you for helping us make these games as good as they can be. You have been a consistent source of motivation and inspiration for us, and we look forward to continuing to talk and work with you in the future.

 

– Tom & Tony, on behalf of Team Radiant

They already shut down the other game callde Rising Thunder, which was a F2P fighting game that showed lot of promise. Radiants other project Stoneheart will continue to being made. The team that was working under Rising thunder will be moved to make a Fighting game for Riot Games (They are already working on a FPS title as well)

 

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