Gray Matter Interactive
|Industry||Video game industry|
|Fate||Merged into Treyarch|
|Headquarters||Los Angeles, California, United States|
Kingpin: Life of Crime
Return to Castle Wolfenstein
Call of Duty: United Offensive
Towards the end of development for Call of Duty: United Offensive in 2004, Gray Matter was merged into Treyarch, and the team responsible for titles like Return to Castle Wolfenstein is no longer recognized by that name. Some of the Gray Matter team still resides at Treyarch, although its founder and several executives from the former studio have found employment elsewhere.
Games developed as Xatrix Entertainment
|Year||Title||Game engine||Rendering API||Operating system|
|1995||Cyberia 2: Resurrection|
|1997||Redneck Rampage||Build (game engine)|
|1997||Redneck Rampage: The Early Years||Build (game engine)|
|1998||Redneck Rampage Rides Again||Build (game engine)|
|1998||Redneck Deer Huntin'||Build (game engine)|
|1998||Quake II Mission Pack: The Reckoning (expansion)||id Tech 2||OpenGL||Linux, Windows|
|1999||Kingpin: Life of Crime||id Tech 2||OpenGL||Linux, Windows|
Games developed as Gray Matter
|2001||Return to Castle Wolfenstein||Multiplayer was done by Nerve Software|
|2003||Trinity: The Shatter Effect||id Tech 3 engine game cancelled by Activision|
|2004||Call of Duty: United Offensive||Expansion of Call of Duty|
- "Activision Acquires Rest Of Gray Matter Interactive". The Wall Street Journal. January 14, 2002. Retrieved May 23, 2017.
- "The Condemned (1997) info". cnet.com.
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