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Gearbox offloading Heat IP

Ben Parfitt
Gearbox offloading Heat IP

Gearbox Software has revealed that it may sell to other studios the right to develop a game based on the 1995 Michael Mann film Heat.

The ten year-old Texan developer, currently at the closing stages of the Borderlands project, said it didn’t have the time resources to work on a Heat game.

“In a nutshell, we're nowhere,” said Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford, speaking to GameSpot.

“We have passionate game makers that would love to do it. We've got filmmakers that think it's a great idea that would love to see it done. We have publishing partners that would love to publish it. But we have no time. That's the limiting factor,” he added.

Click here to see the full stroy on Develop.

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