Almost a year ago the developer behind the popular Everyday's Gone to the Rapture, The Chinese Room went dark. Now though, the company has returned following the news that the studio had been acquired by Sumo Digital.
This makes them the fifth studio to join the Sumo Digital family and in a blog post explaining why The Chinese Room choice to join them, creative designer Dan Pinchbeck mentioned that "The more we talked, the more of a no-brainer it felt. Particularly with the amazing people and studios who have recently joined the Sumo family it feels like the perfect home, and it’s incredibly exciting to be writing this while we’re gearing up for a new game or two or three."
The Brighton-based developer is now moving forward with a few projects that never made it to players before the closure last year. This includes The 13th Interior and a revisit to their title So Let Us Melt. The studio will be staying quiet for a bit longer but fans can look forward to more titles from the BAFTA winning studio soon.