Bethesda Game Studios Austin
|BattleCry Studios LLC (2012–2018)|
|Founded||October 3, 2012|
|Doug Mellencamp (studio director)|
BattleCry Studios was founded on October 3, 2012, as subsidiary of ZeniMax Media, headed by Rich Vogel as its president. Initially, BattleCry Studios was seeking employees with experience in microtransactions and free-to-play games.
On May 28, 2014, BattleCry Studios announced their first game, BattleCry. On September 10, 2015, it was reported that BattleCry Studios had laid off a "substantial portion" of their staff. On October 7, 2015, the development on BattleCry was halted for the studio to work on different projects. One of the studio's first projects following the hold of BattleCry was the modification and restructuring of Bethesda's Creation Engine (in conjunction with sister company id Software, utilizing netcode from Quake) to support multiplayer functionality in anticipation of then upcoming Fallout 76. In September 2017, Vogel announced that he had left BattleCry Studios in favor of Certain Affinity.
|2016||Doom||Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch||Replaced Certain Affinity on assisting id Software with development of post-release multiplayer content.|
|2018||Fallout 76||Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4||Additional work in the game.|
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