Danish game developer Io-Interactive has moved to new studio facilities in Copenhagen. Best known for the popular Hitman series, the Square Enix-owned developer has also revealed a new logo.
“Io-Interactive has always been a studio that creates unique and interesting games. It comes from the idea that we want our games to play and feel like the people that create them. Our new studio is the perfect place to continue doing that. It’s an energetic, high-tech and exciting place to work that has been created specifically for our needs as an ambitious development studio,” says Io-Interactive studio head Hannes Seifert. “Our new logo is fresh, contemporary and expresses our creativity, ambition and passion.”
Copenhagen-based Io-Interactive created the ground-breaking Hitman series, as well as Freedom Fighters, the Kane & Lynch series and Mini-Ninjas. Io-Interactive was purchased by Eidos Interactive in 2004, which was then acquired by Square Enix in 2009.
Learn more at www.ioi.dk.
About Square Enix Group
Square Enix Group owns a global network of leading development studios located in North America, Europe and Japan, as well as a valuable IP portfolio including the Final Fantasy series, the Dragon Quest series and the Tomb Raider series. Square Enix Group is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Square Enix Holdings Co., Ltd. (Japan).
Learn more at www.square-enix.com.