Tencent’s meandering aimlessly games area just grew one studio more prominent. Uncapped Games is another Los Angeles-based studio drove by Blizzard veterans Jason Hughes and David Kim. Hughes is filling in as the studio’s lead producer and has as of late worked on Diablo III and IV, while Kim is its lead designer and has as of late managed StarCraft 2 and Diablo IV.
The new studio’s consideration will be on constant strategy (RTS) games, with an accentuation on making the “accompanying remarkable PC RTS,” Kim says. But the RTS genre has remained dependably popular all through the long haul, it continues being overpowered by ’90s franchises like StarCraft, Age of Empires, and Command and Conquer. Another entry to the genre would be no horrendous thing.
“Making the accompanying unimaginable PC RTS has been my goal for close to 10 years now, and Lightspeed and Quantum is offering us a great possibility at making that,” said Kim. “Collecting a gathering of unprecedented developers with heaps of experience and being maintained by the ideal people who moreover have confidence in RTS whatever amount of we do is our first huge development in showing up.”
Uncapped Games joins a tremendous roster of studios under Tencent Games. Uncapped sits under the association’s Lightspeed and Quantum Studios Group, which is generally mainstream as the developer of PUBG Mobile and which fuses the studios Quantum, Anyplay, Tiki, and Lightspeed LA. Be that as it may, Lightspeed and Quantum Studios is itself just one of the four game studios under Tencent Games nearby TiMi Studios (developers of Call of Duty: Mobile), Aurora Studio, and Morefun Studio.