In the last five years, Deep Silver has elevated itself into the publishing big leagues.
2011’s zombie smash hit Dead Island put the company on the map worldwide. Then two years later, the company made a number of high-profile IP acquisitions from a bankrupt THQ. Deep Silver managed to get its hands on the open world crime franchise Saints Row, as well as post-apocalyptic IP Metro.
What followed was the company’s most succesful year ever, but since Saints Row IV in 2013, it’s been relatively quiet for the firm.
“Deep Silver has not been among the first publishers to release triple-A next generation games so it was a relatively quiet time,” CEO and founder Klemens Kundratitz says. ( Dead Island 2 , Deep Silver , Homefront: The Revolution , Klemens Kundratitz , Mighty No. 9 , PC , PS4 , Xbox One )