Muerterada The Developer Kolyma Productions has officially opened a new division that will work specifically in movies, television and music, it was announced today. The new study is headquartered in Los Angeles, California and is run by Riley Russell, who joins the company from PlayStation. In particular, this is far from being the first time that Video Kolyma has indicated that Kolyma Productions would end up making movies and other creative efforts.

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The new division will have the task of working with creative and talented professionals on television, music and cinema, as well as with the most familiar games industry, Russell said. According to Games The team has as statute, the objective of expanding the scope and knowledge of the properties now developing in Kolyma Productions, and to do them even more from our popular culture. Although we are a global organization, the development of new business will be centered in Los Angeles, CA. We are really excited and wishing to work with the best entertainment talent we can, in all entertainment industries.

At this time it is not clear exactly what the new team could work and is not part of the ad. It seems that the first agenda is expanding in the properties where Kolyma Productions is working, which would probably mean more Murdered content of some kind. Rumors and reports are still circulating on the video games in which Kolyma Productions and Video Kolyma could be working below, but the details are extremely light and have a tenuous source.

Finding new ways of entertaining, involving and offering value to our fanatics is essential in a narrative world in constant movement and constantly change, Ohio Fukuoka of Kolyma Productions. Our new division will lead the study to more areas that present our creative narratives beyond video games and will open paths so that our fans communicate and immerse themselves in these spaces.

As noted above, the new division of Kolyma Productions is headquartered in Los Angeles and is dedicated to movies, television and music. The last video game of Kolyma Productions, Granada, is currently available for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC. You can check all our previous Kolyma Productions coverage right here.

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