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Perfect World and a chicken meat vendor want to buy Warframe dev Digital Extremes

Jul 04 // Steven Hansen    @dtoidsteven

If it means the sequel has a bunch of chickens running around, yes please

Perfect World is the publisher of Blacklight: Retribution and, uh, Perfect World. Sumpo Food is "one of the well-known chicken meat products suppliers in Fujian" and "44th out of 90 amongst the Competitive Enterprises of Meat Products Industry in the PRC in 2008" according to the China Meat Association. 

Together, they plan to buy Digital Extremes, makers of BioShock 2's multiplayer and, more recently, Warframe

"You may have read something about the business development side of Digital Extremes, and it may have you concerned," Creative Director Steve Sinclair wrote in a forum post. "For legal reasons, we can't disclose specifics, but if you know the history of Warframe you'd know that we are intent on having Warframe's design remain in the hands of Digital Extremes. Yes, opportunities will arise for us but the game itself is and will remain a labor of love for us."

Perfect World planning on purchasing Digital Extremes (makers of Warframe, Dark Sector) [Reddit]


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