Bethesda cited as salvager of A2Ms forgotten Wet

Maryland-based group Bethesda Softworks has been cited as the new publisher of A2M’s forgotten acrobatic shooter, Wet.

Wet – still in development at A2M’s offices in Canada – was one of numerous titles thought to have fallen victim to the Vivendi-Activision merger. Having lost its publisher for nearly a year, A2M’s upcoming title has been linked to Bethesda in both Famitsu (via Siliconera) and a product page at the game rental service GameFly (via Kotaku).

As the publishing powerhouse Activision-Blizzard formed, the group announced in July that a number of divestments would be made, leaving the likes of Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena, Ghostbusters, Brutal Legend and 50 Cent Blood on the Sand without a publisher.

Full story over at Develop

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