We’ve learned A Plague Tale and The Surge publisher Focus Home Interactive is rebranding to Focus Entertainment, news announced by the company this week.
While French publisher Focus Home Interactive is rebranding to Focus Entertainment, the move comes roughly 25 years after the company was founded back in 1996.
Here’s the full message from the publisher regarding the change:
Focus Home Interactive is one of Europe’s leading video game publishers and developers, uniting talents throughout the creative process, from development to commercialization.
The acquisition of studios such as Deck13 Interactive, StreumOn Studio, and more recently, Dotemu and its label The Arcade Crew, demonstrate Focus’ desire to integrate talents and studios with singular visions in our strong and ambitious Group, to promote value creation, anticipate new trends, and unique gameplay.
From now on, the Focus Entertainment brand covers all of Focus’ activities, with the term Entertainment being representative of the desire to diversify its games, products, services and revenue streams. Entertainment also emphasizes the ambition to offer players around the world unique experiences, supported by an editorial policy that stands out thanks to innovative concepts, inventive gameplay and original worlds that transcend the boundaries of video games.
Focus Home has been the publisher on a multitude of titles that we’ve covered at Niche Gamer over the years including the aforementioned A Plague Tale, The Surge, the majority of the Warhammer spinoffs, and more.