Rebellion has snapped up TickTock Games

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Sniper Elite 4 developer Rebellion has announced that the UK-based studio has formed Rebellion North with the acquisition of TickTock Games.

TickTock has previously worked with Rebellion in the past on titles such as Battlezone Gold Edition and Rogue Trooper Redux, and have also brushed shoulders with the likes of BBC Worldwide, Microsoft, Nintendo, Nvidia, and Sony over the course of its 12-year history.

Renamed Rebellion North, the company is the fourth studio in the Rebellion family, joining Rebellion Liverpool and Rebellion Warwick alongside the company's main branch in Oxford. 

'Bringing more great people to the company is a great way to start 2019,' commented Jason Kingsley OBE, CEO and co-founder of Rebellion. 'The company continues to grow and it's important we bring in the right people as part of that process. We've worked with the team at TickTock Games for a while now, and we know they'll continue to prosper as Rebellion North.'

Rebellion North is already beavering away at a number of projects for the company, which has 'multiple unannounced titles' slated for release this year.

Strange Brigade is Rebellion's latest offering, having launched last summer for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. 

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Sniper Elite 4

  • Release Date: February 13, 2017
    • - 14 February 2017 (Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4)
  • Platform(s): Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
  • Genre(s): Action, Adventure, Shooter, Third Person
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