Typhoon Games, the studio founded by former Ubisoft Montreal and WB Montreal employees, will have their first game published by 505 Games. The news came down from GameIndustry.biz, who interviewed Typhoon co-founder Alex Hutchinson along with 505's president Neil Ralley about the partnership. No official word on what the game will be called or actually is yet, as we're sure that probably won't be announced for quite some time.
"As a smaller independent studio, finding partners who will support our creative vision by giving us the freedom to build our game our way is a top priority," said Hutchinson. "505 Games not only provides us that creative control, they offer deep support from a partner who really understands how to elevate indie games and bring out the best in the studios they team up with. Their track record speaks for itself."
505 Games president Neil Ralley added: "We've been steadily expanding our portfolio over the last few years by identifying and partnering with unique indie studios poised to make fantastic quality game. Once we saw the project Alex, Yassine, Reid and the team at Typhoon is developing, we jumped at the opportunity to be a part of it. We're always on the hunt for creative, innovative games and developers and this one certainly fits the bill perfectly. We look forward to helping Typhoon bring their exciting vision to life."