|Video game developer|
|Graeme Ankers, Lee Carus, Chris Roberts, Stuart Tilley, Stuart Lovegrove|
|Services||Video game development|
Number of employees
Firesprite was founded by Graeme Ankers as Managing Director, Lee Carus as Art Director, Chris Roberts as Technical Director, Stuart Tilley as Game Director and Stuart Lovegrove as Programming Director.
The studio is staffed by some developers that were part of the original SCE Studio Liverpool when it was still called Psygnosis and the five people in the studio's core leadership team have worked on games for every PlayStation console.
"The founding team met up socially after Studio Liverpool and we talked about all the things we had achieved over the years, the platform launches, the variety of games, going back to Psygnosis days and through to F1 and Wipeout. We knew we wanted to carry on making great games," Ankers told IGN.
In 2013, the team helped develop one of the launch titles for the PlayStation 4, an augmented reality game, The Playroom. Run Sackboy! Run! followed on mobile devices in 2014. Again in collaboration with SIE Japan Studio, and one of the launch titles for Playstation VR, The Playroom VR was created "by the same team that brought you The Playroom on PS4" and released in 2016.
Following up in May 2019, it was announced that an update would be released soon for "The Persistence". Launching as a free update for owners of the game, the Complete Edition will bring "The Persistence" to flat-screen TVs for the first time.
Directors/Co-Founders are Graeme Ankers, Lee Carus, Chris Roberts, Stuart Tilley and Stuart Lovegrove 
|The Playroom||2013||PlayStation 4 with PlayStation Camera|
|Run Sackboy! Run!||2014||PlayStation Vita, Android, IOS|
|The Playroom VR||2016||PlayStation 4 with PlayStation VR|
|Air Force Special Ops: Nightfall||2017||PlayStation 4 with PlayStation VR|
|The Persistence||2018||PlayStation 4 with PlayStation VR|
- Hing, David. "SCE Liverpool devs form Firesprite". bit-gamer. bit-tech. Retrieved 6 December 2013.
- Yin-Poole, Wesley (6 December 2013). "From the ashes of WipEout dev Studio Liverpool rises Firesprite". Eurogamer. Gamer Network. Retrieved 6 December 2013.
- "The Persistence". playstation.com. Retrieved 11 December 2017.
- "The Persistence: Complete Edition". playstation.com. Retrieved 15 May 2019.