Warhorse Studios

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Warhorse Studios
Type Private
Industry Interactive entertainment
Computer and video games
Founded 2011
Headquarters Prague, Czech Republic
Key people Daniel Vávra, Martin Klíma, Viktor Bocan, Zbyněk Trávnický
Products Video games
Employees 60[1]
Website http://warhorsestudios.cz/

Warhorse Studios (or Warhorse) is Czech video game developer founded in 2011.[2] It was founded by a key group of experienced veterans[3] of gaming industry:

The official name of the company is [5] Prague Game Studios, a company which uses Warhorse as a trademark. Renaming the company itself to Warhorse is likely to be expected in the near future.[6] At the end of 2011, ownership equity of PGS amounted to CZK 240 thousand (3% of assets).[7]

Upcoming projects[edit]

The studio is currently developing Kingdom Come: Deliverance, an open-world historical RPG game. The game runs on CryEngine 3[8] and aims for pc and future generation of consoles (mentioned as Xbox One and PlayStation 4). Story of this game should take place in medieval Europe, specifically at the time of Hussites, though there is no definitive official confirmation. The game is scheduled for 2015.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vávra, Daniel. "Got a cloning device?". WarhorseStudios.cz. Retrieved 19 June 2014. 
  2. ^ "Warhorse Studios Licensed CryENGINE®3 to Develop Role-Playing-Game". 
  3. ^ "Czech Veterans Form New Studio, Warhorse". 
  4. ^ "GameStar.ru Shooting Range. Daniel Vavra: "Good things can’t be free"". 
  5. ^ "Bakalovi expandují do počítačových her, začnou s husity". 
  6. ^ "Euro 10/2014". 
  7. ^ Accounting statements of Prague Game Studios s.r.o. for financial year ending 31/Dec/2011, unfinished long-term intangible assets amounted to CZK 6 million. 
  8. ^ "Warhorse Studios Licensed CryENGINE®3 to Develop Role-Playing-Game". 

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