Big Huge Games becomes Impossible Studios under Epic. Has a boss ass logo
38 Studios, Big Huge Games sadly went belly up due to what what can only be called a drama of epic proportions. Thanks to the awesome folks at Epic Games though, this story has a happy ending. Big Huge Games was given a new lease on life when Epic Games President Mike Capps decided to take in Big Huge and make them a wholly owned Epic studio. Say hello to the reborn 38 Studios — now dubbed Impossible Studios. Currently hard at work at finishing off Infinity Blade: Dungeons for iOS, which is in development in collaboration with Epic and Chair Entertainment, and will be released later this year.
It’s a wonderful story with a happy ending. Something this industry needs more of; it also gives Epic a studio to crank out an Epic sized RPG next-gen.