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Insomniac partners with EA for new multiplatform IP

Submitted by on Tuesday, 25 May 20106 Comments

insomniac games e1274801354148 Insomniac partners with EA for new multiplatform IPInsomniac Games, creators of the iconic Resistance and Ratchet & Clank franchises, have announced a new partnership with Electronic Arts today.

Together, the two plan to bring a brand new franchise and universe to gamers everywhere on both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. This marks the first multiplatform title in the studio’s 16-year history.

Their website is currently being bombarded with traffic but we managed to get the details before the database errors started piling up.

Insomniac Games are known for their annually produced game schedule and have lived up to the high quality standards gamers demand. Ted Price, founder and CEO of Insomniac Games, announced that future titles will benefit from longer development cycles, hopefully leading to better games for us.

“Working with EA Partners allows us to extend the reach of our games to a multiplatform audience while retaining ownership of the intellectual property,” said Ted Price. “We are excited and eager to introduce Insomniac to a new group of gamers while reinforcing to our loyal fans what makes our games special.”

He also reiterates that their relationship with Sony is still as strong as ever and that they still plan to create exclusive content for the PS3, mentioning Resistance and Ratchet & Clank.

There are no details regarding the new IP in the works but we can expect more details shortly. All we currently know is that the game is being handled by their Burbank studio.

We wish Insomniac Games  and EA the best of luck in the partnership and can’t wait to see more of the high quality games we have come to love over the past 16 years.