Sandbox Interactive will be joining Stillfront in January 2021.

Sandbox Interactive joins Stillfront

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Posted by Eltharyon (Source)

Sandbox Interactive will be joining Stillfront in January 2021. Stillfront consists of a family of game studios that largely work independently, while sharing knowledge and expertise between them to support each other.

For the past eight years, we have been building Albion Online up completely on our own - everything from development, to marketing, to translations and customer support has been built up by ourselves. Now that Albion is growing at a massive rate, we realize that being on our own is not always an advantage. There are just too many things we’d have to master, and while we believe no one can develop Albion Online better than we can, there are plenty of areas around the game itself where we could benefit from additional expertise. This is why we decided to join the Stillfront Family. The partnership with Stillfront allows us to remain fully invested in Albion Online and its development, focusing on making the best Sandbox MMORPG experience in the world, while benefiting from Stillfront’s expertise in marketing and publishing to spread the word of Albion Online around the world.

For the players, this partnership will mean more people to play with, more capacities for development of patches and updates, and simply more Albion Online as we continue to grow the game over the coming years.

With this ending to 2020, we’re looking forward to a bright future for Albion Online in 2021 and beyond. 

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