High Moon Studios, the developer of [i]Darkwatch[/i], has signed a deal to become a part of the Vivendi Universal family. Vivendi is a very well known publisher with games like [i]SWAT 4[/i], [i]50 Cent: Bulletproof[/i], and [i]The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay[/i] on the market. The deal apparently, will allow High Moon to keep its own name and personality. In further news, the two companies are rumored to already be working on a new project. No word yet on what systems the game could be in development for. Be sure to stay with Mygamer.com as more information develops.
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