Nequinox Studios support delivery of terrifying horror game, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

Nequinox Studios are delighted for partners Sumo Nottingham and publisher Gun Interactive for the recent release of their global smash, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre – to which Nequinox are proud contributors.

Nequinox’s work on Matchmaking, Multi-Region Support, Parties and Invitations, and Gen8 Console Optimisation helped with the release, and the team are continuing to support the game.
It’s been a fantastic experience working alongside the talented teams at Sumo Nottingham – a Sumo Digital studio – and Gun Interactive; their passion for this game shines through with every kill!

Sumo Nottingham Studio Director, Gary Edwards said,

On behalf of everyone at Sumo Nottingham, I want to say thank you to Nequinox for their support in bringing The Texas Chain Saw Massacre to life. This project has been a culmination of countless hours, relentless passion, and unwavering dedication. Thank you for pouring your heart and soul into helping create something truly remarkable.

Gary Edwards, Studio Director

Anthony, CEO Nequinox Studios, said,

We’re delighted to see the success of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and the buzz around the game. Working alongside our friends at Sumo Nottingham, contributing our veteran-led expertise and wealth of experience, and delivering a significant part of the release for The Texas Chain Saw Massacre has excited our entire studio. We’d like to publicly thank Sumo Nottingham’s leadership for putting their confidence in us to help them, and long may that relationship continue.

Anthony Robinson, CEO

If you would like more information about Nequinox Studios full game development, codevelopment and porting services for AAA Game Studios, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Matt Knott, Business Development Director here

About Sumo Digital
Founded in 2003, and celebrating its 20th Anniversary this year, award-winning Sumo Digital employs over 1,300 people globally in the UK, Europe, India and Canada.

Its 16 studios are in Sheffield, Nottingham, Newcastle (Atomhawk and Sumo Newcastle), Brighton (The Chinese Room), Leeds (Red Kite Games), Leamington Spa (Sumo Leamington and Lab42), Warrington in the UK, Pune and Bangalore in India, Wroclaw, Poland and Czech Republic (PixelAnt) and Vancouver, Canada (Atomhawk and Timbre Games).

Developing successful games across all platforms and genres, Sumo is recognised for its versatility, proprietary technology and creativity across a portfolio of games featuring titles for major publishers including Microsoft, Sony, Sega and 2K.

Sumo Digital is part of Sumo Group Ltd.

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Twitter: @SumoDigitalLtd

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