Firewalk Studios, a ProbablyMonsters Studio Enters Publishing Partnership with Sony for AAA Multiplayer Title

Company ProbablyMonsters has that Firewalk Studios, a “AAA studio focused on delivering world-class multiplayer experiences,” has entered into a publishing partnership agreement with Sony Interactive Entertainment for its upcoming, first multiplayer title. This is the first announced partnership of the ProbablyMonsters family of studios.

Firewalk Studios was founded in 2018 and is led by Tony Hsu, Ryan Ellis, and Elena Siegman. This team boasts some talented developers who have delivered some rather prominent culture impacting titles such as the Destiny franchise, Call of Duty, Apex Legends, Mass Effect, and Halo. They seek to deliver a “rich multiplayer game experience [with] great core gameplay and inspired art.”

Hermen Hulst, the Head of PlayStation Studios at Sony Interactive Entertainment had this to say regarding the partnership:

“ProbablyMonsters has created an extraordinary team at Firewalk Studios with remarkable industry talent, and their original multiplayer game will be an exciting addition to our portfolio. We’re committed to bringing a wide range of diverse gaming experiences to our platform, and we’re thrilled to partner with a visionary studio like Firewalk to bring their truly ambitious experience to life.”

Harold Ryan, the CEO and founder of ProbablyMonsters, had this to say regarding the partnership:

“I am proud of the sustainable model we have created for our AAA studios to grow and flourish. Firewalk Studios’ strategic partnership with PlayStation is a great match for the studio’s world-class pedigree and creative vision.”

Tony Hsu, the Studio Head at Firewalk Studios, had this to say regarding the partnership:

“Our goal at Firewalk Studios is to create awesome shared experiences through multiplayer games. This goal is supported both by the world-class operations team at ProbablyMonsters and by a team at SIE who love games and are huge supporters of our project and studio.”.”

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