Looks like Saber got some good properties in the Embracer divorce

Good for you, Saber! You deserve it!

MajorLinux - Editor-in-chief

Last week, we reported on Saber Interactive being relieved of its Embrace. Now that the deal is done, it looks like we finally get to see what everyone got.

The Embracer Group has confirmed that the sale of Saber Interactive to itself has be completed. The deal was for $247 million but that’s not all it got in the deal. According to Jason Schreier of Bloomberg, it is taking some studios with it now that it’s an indie publisher again. It make sense because the deal was said to be around $500 million. So it looks like Saber paid half in cash and the other in studios?


So, good for Saber Interactive. You’re free and you got some good studios under your name.

We’re so proud of you!

Source: VG247

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