Sold Out Signs Three New Titles

Today, EG7 announces that the subsidiary Sold Out has signed publishing agreements regarding three new titles.

Disjunction: Developed by Ape Tribe Games and published by Sold Out. The title is an action RPG where the player has to sneak through New York in 2048. The game will be released in the summer of 2020 on Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Gestalt: Steam & Cinder: Developed by Metamorphosis Games and published by Sold Out. The title is an action-adventure game inspired by classic 2D platform titles. The game will be released on Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC in 2020.

KeyWe: Developed by Stonewheat & Sons and published by Sold Out. The title is a post-game where you play as two kiwi birds. KeyWe will be released to PC in 2021.

Participants at PAX East will get the chance to try out demos of all three titles from February 27 through March 1.


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EG7 is a group of companies within the gaming industry that develops, markets, publishes and distributes PC, console and mobile games to the global gaming market. The company employs 100+ game developers and develops its own original IP:s, as well as act as consultants to other publishers around the world through its game development divisions Toadman Studios and Antimatter Games. In addition, the group's marketing department Petrol has contributed to the release of 1,500+ titles, of which many are world famous brands such as Call of Duty, Destiny, Dark Souls and Rage. The group's publishing and distribution department Sold Out holds expertise in both physical and digital publishing and has previously worked with Team 17, Rebellion and Frontier Developments. The Group is headquartered in Stockholm with 200 employees in 8 offices worldwide.

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