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Rebellion acquires Leamington Spa studio Radiant Worlds

Rebellion has started the year off by announcing the acquisition of Leamington Spa based studio Radiant Worlds. The acquisition went ahead for an unknown sum. Radiant Worlds was founded in 2013 will be renamed as Rebellion Warwick, transitioning onto Rebellion’s current projects, like the upcoming 1930’s title Strange Brigade. The studio …

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Multiple studios are working on 2000AD games, say Rebellion

Earlier this year, Rebellion opened the door to developers and publishers to pitch a 2000AD game to the studio, in the aim of getting more games based on the publishers iconic characters out into the world. In an interview with PCGN, Rebellion has revealed that the company has made multiple deals …

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Rebellion: Independence Day

Almost two and a half decades since setting up the studio, Rebellion remains fiercely independent and continues to grow on the back of its many successes. Jem Alexander speaks to CEO Jason Kingsley about making great games with no external shareholders

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Rebellion announces new IP Strange Brigade

There’s a new game on the way from the makers of Sniper Elite. It’s called Strange Brigade, and is described as a third person adventure set in the 1930s. It can be played solo, but also supports up to four players. It will be released on PS4, Xbox One and …

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Opinion – In the zone: lessons from VR

Rebellion’s CEO and co-founder Jason Kingsley details what we’re still learning about VR. Doing VR for Battlezone, we learnt a lot of things – some things we were doing right, but mainly things we were doing wrong. And, surprisingly, a lot of that fed back into the knowledge I picked …

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Sniper Elite 4: Boom Shot

Rebellion lead audio designer Nick D Brewer speaks quietly to Sean Cleaver about designing audio for stealth shooter Sniper Elite 4

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