Published On: Wed, Feb 22nd, 2017

Tomb Raider Dev Crystal Dynamics Moves To New Studio With Cutting Edge Tech For Upcoming Projects

Crystal Dynamics, a studio behind a new Tomb Raider games and a arriving Avengers Project, is expanding into a new state-of-the-art facility.

The mint studio facilities slicing corner technology, such as hydraulic desks, black-out shades, and light fullness paint. In addition, a new studio has some-more offices and group discussion rooms, as good as a dedicated “dailies” examination room.

“After months of planning, building, and some really late nights for a construction crew, we’ve only changed into a stately new state-of-the-art studio!” suggested Scot Amos, co-studio conduct of Crystal Dynamics. “We have some good new amenities, from hydraulic desks for everybody to adjust as they like, to black-out shades and light fullness paint for those darkness-loving developers.”

Audio bedrooms a studio assembly area  have been stretched as well, and a new studio is roughly double in size. Crystal Dynamics will be actively employing new employees over a subsequent year.

“We’ve stretched to 6 entirely versed sound explanation audio bedrooms too,” continued Amos. “With a expansion of a team, we’ve also increasing a studio assembly area and naturally given it with tons of next-gen 4K screens, as good as dedicated console and PC gaming stations subsequent to a outrageous new kitchen. Lastly, we’ve combined dual specialty bedrooms for optimal growth efficiency: a photogrammetry constraint space and a really own, on-site, entirely versed Motion Capture stage!” “The new studio will assistance Crystal Dynamics take a work to a subsequent level,” concluded co-studio conduct Ron Rosenberg. “Crystal Dynamics’ new studio is scarcely double a distance in sequence to make room for all a new positions we’re employing over a subsequent year.”

Crystal Dynamics is now operative on a recently announced Avengers Project alongside Eidos-Montréal. A new Tomb Raider game, reportedly entitled ‘Shadow of a Tomb Raider’, is also pronounced to be in a works, though this supplement is allegedly being helmed by Eidos-Montréal.

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