Level Games is a studio that created fans of Luigi’s Mansion 3 titles, and Nintendo announced that it has officially bought the Canadian company.
The purchase was made to completely switch the Next Level Games team to Nintendo video game development. Since the history of Next Level is tied to Nintendo title names like Luigi’s Mansion 3 or Metroid Prime: Federation Force and more, this purchase makes perfect sense.
“The shares of NLG are currently fully held by its owners-directors and workers,” it is stated in the official statement regarding the purchase. “Numerous owners-directors have recently determined that it is the right time to sell their shares, and NLG has therefore begun to investigate potential sales transactions. The completion of the sale will serve to ensure the availability of NLG’s development resources for Nintendo, including development expertise, as well as to facilitate the expected improvement in the speed and quality of development by enabling closer communication and staff exchange with Nintendo’s development team.
Although the purchase is official, the acquisition itself will not be closed until March 1 this year. It will be interesting to see what this standardized move will mean for the team in connection with future projects for the ever-growing and more robust Nintendo Switch title library.
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