Saber Interactive

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Saber Interactive
Video game developer
Industry Video game industry
Headquarters Millburn, New Jersey, U.S.

Saber Interactive is a video game developer headquartered in Millburn, New Jersey, with development offices in Saint Petersburg, Russia. They primarily develop action games. The studio released the game Will Rock in 2003, and released another game called TimeShift for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 world-wide in 2007. Saber's multiple format game engine is currently in its fourth iteration: Saber 3D, v.S4. Video game design, core technology, cross-platform game engine development, and production management are done in Saber's U.S. HQ,[citation needed] while the bulk of actual production is done at Saber's offices, by full-time employees in Russia. Saber has noted,[1] that they are able to maintain high production and design values while taking advantage of Russia's vast computer science, artistic rendering, and fine art talent pool while reducing costs of game development.[not in citation given]

Saber 3D engine[edit]

The Saber 3D engine is Saber Interactive's proprietary engine. The engine was first used on Will Rock (published by Ubisoft), and the recently released God Mode (published by Atlus).The game engine is currently in its fourth stable version (Saber 3D, v.S4).


Year Game Publisher Platform(s)
Win PS3 X360 XBO
2003 Will Rock Ubisoft Yes No No No
2007 TimeShift Sierra Entertainment Yes Yes Yes No
2011 Battle: Los Angeles {as Live Action Studios} Konami Yes Yes Yes No
2011 Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Microsoft Game Studios No No Yes No
2012 Inversion Bandai Namco Games Yes Yes Yes No
2013 God Mode Atlus Yes Yes Yes No
2013 R.I.P.D. The Game Atlus Yes Yes Yes No
2014 Halo: The Master Chief Collection Microsoft Studios No No No Yes
2015 Halo Online Innova Systems Yes No No No
TBA Quake Champions Bethesda Softworks Yes No No No


  1. ^ Kollar, Philip (April 14, 2008). "TimeShift Developer Responds to Dyack". Retrieved February 2, 2009. 

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