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Gamevil signs publishing deal with South Korean developer Singta on upcoming 3D RPG Giant

Date Type Companies involved Size
May 18th, 2017 partnership Gamevil
Singta Inc.
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Gamevil signs publishing deal with South Korean developer Singta on upcoming 3D RPG Giant

South Korean mobile games publisher Gamevil has signed a deal with developer Singta to release its upcoming game Giant.

The game is a 3D RPG which will feature a single-player campaign alongside "expedition" and online raid modes. It is being pitched as a family-friendly title, with cartoon graphics to appeal to all age groups.

Newcomers

Singta has so far launched just one game, the CCG RPG Sid Story. It is currently developing another game alongside Giant, a sequel to Sid Story tentatively titled Project SD.

Gamevil is known for partnering with studios on Asia-developed titles with global appeal. It most recently launched turn-based strategy War of Crown to a positive response, and in November 2016 released Cocoonbeat-developed slingshot RPG Knight Slinger.

The publisher also controls developer Com2uS, known for its hugely successful RPG Summoners War. The game helped drive Com2uS' revenues to $107.7 million in its Q1 FY17.


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