According to recent reports, Warner Bros is interested in selling TT Games and NetherRealm Studios. Interested parties could include Microsoft.
Warner Bros considering selling NetherRealm and TT Games
In the past few months, rumors have been circulating that those responsible for AT&T or Warner could completely or at least partially part with their gaming division. The Windows Central editor Jez Corden, who has repeatedly made a name for himself as a reliable insider source in the past, is providing fresh speculation in this direction these days.
As Corden reports, it was leaked in internal documents from which it emerges that Warner Bros wants to sell two of its game studios: NetherRealm Studios on the one hand and TT Games on the other.
Since official statements or confirmations, on the whole, are still pending, it is currently unclear whether only the studios themselves are for sale here or whether the associated brands are also offered in the case of NetherRealm.
The best-known titles of NetherRealm Studios include, for example, the two fighting game series of Mortal Kombat and Injustice. TT Games, on the other hand, was primarily responsible for numerous Lego titles in the past. These are likely to be created at a different studio in the future, as the rights to the Lego brand are hardly for sale.
Should there be any concrete information about the possible sale of the two studios, we will of course bring you up-to-date information immediately. Especially since, besides Microsoft, other big names in the industry are likely to be interested in NetherRealm Studios and TT Games, provided that the two developers are actually for sale.