Tencent Set to Become Majority Shareholder in Techland; Studio Retains Independence
Marchewka emphasized that, despite this change in shareholding, Techland will keep complete control over its intellectual assets. The studio’s commitment to innovation and its independent modus operandi will persist undeterred. Furthermore, Marchewka will stay on as the head of the studio, guiding its strategic direction.
On the future trajectory of Techland, Marchewka shared, “Our aspiration is to elevate Dying Light to be the premier zombie gaming experience globally, delivering unparalleled adventures and expanding the horizons for both individual and online gameplay modes. We’re also enthusiastically crafting an open-world fantasy action-RPG, which is set to be a standout offering, particularly since it marks our first novel intellectual property in nearly ten years.”
He concluded by highlighting the essence of partnerships in realizing grand visions: “To turn our ambitious dreams into reality, we recognized the need for collaboration. Aligning with partners who resonate with our dreams, share our zeal, and complement us with their expertise and resources is paramount.”