Lara Craft Go developer Square Enix Montréal has been rebranded to Onoma after being acquired by Embracer Group earlier this year.
As reported by GI.Bizdeveloper post new website “Onoma is the Greek word for names, and names offer endless possibilities,” he explains, symbolizing that players can “be whoever they are, achieve anything, and go anywhere.”
The post continues: And the magic becomes real.
“At Onoma, we are creators, inventors, and storytellers, and the experiences and ideas we bring to life connect us to each other and to our players.”
The rebranding marks the beginning of a new chapter for Onoma, which was acquired from Square Enix along with Crystal Dynamics and Eidos-Montréal in August.
That’s not the only change Embracer has made since buying three studios for $300 million, but it’s also eyeing new “sequels, remakes, remasters and spin-offs” from its library of games, including Tomb Raider. . Deus ex, thief.
Crystal Dynamics asked fans at the beginning of October if they would like to see a new entry.
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