Remothered Developer Adds Trio of Top Talent to New Upcoming Project

by Chris Camilleri
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Stormind Games, developers of the critically acclaimed Remothered franchise, today announced 3 top tier additions to their ever growing team ahead of the announcement of their next video game.

The project, which will be revealed soon, sees the studio take on their first proprietary IP and tackle the next generation of games consoles at the same time calling for even greater talent than the team already boasts.


Anne Toole, award winning writer of Horizon Zero Dawn, The Witcher and Days Gone, joins the team as Narrative Consultant alongside Ron Fish, renowned Games composer with credits including Warner Bros Arkham Series & God of War, as Soundtrack Composer plus former Assassin’s Creed Concept Artist Borislav Mitkov who takes the post of Character Concept Artist.

“Intense stories and distinctive visual style are our company’s main pillars, and it is essential to add the perfect soundtrack to this combo: that’s why we’re thrilled to welcome three experts in these fields, all with background in AAA development, to our team.” commented Antonio Cannata, CEO and Co-founder of Stormind Games “It’s always great to work with professionals who have had different experiences and who bring their own personal touches and perspectives to a project. Collaborating with video game stars such as Anne Toole, Ron Fish, and Borislav Mitkov has brought a huge added value to our latest project. 

At Stormind Games, we have always aimed at raising the bar, every day we want to reach new heights, and the fact that they immediately believed in our new video game, which is also our first proprietary IP, makes me believe that we’re on the right track.”

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