Fatshark is an independent video game development studio based in Stockholm, Sweden. The studio is located in Stockholm close to the Globe Arena. Fatshark acted as a subcontractor for several AAA titles for consoles and PC, and the studio also develops its own games. The company's current name is a direct translation from Swedish slang meaning "to understand" or "to get it".
Posts about Fatshark
  • Dead Island 2 and Escape From Dead Island Preview

    …, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 in spring 2015. Escape Dead Island The last words I expected to hear describing a Dead Island game were “third-person stealth/action psychological horror”. But it’s true. Fatshark’s spinoff to the zombie slaughter simulator has you controlling Cliff, a college student rich-kid a-hole that decides to make a name…

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  • Escape Dead Island for a Dead Island 2 Beta Invite

    … infesting the island. While Escape Dead Island is in development for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 for a fall 2014 launch, gamers who buy the game through GameStop will receive a guaranteed invite to the beta for Dead Island 2, which launches in 2015 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Escape Dead Island is being developed by Fatshark, the studio behind games like Bionic Commando Rearmed 2, Krater, Lead and Gold, War of the Roses and War of the Vikings. …

    Matt Litten/ VGBlogger.com- 2 readers -
  • Last-Gen Exclusive Escape Dead Island Announced

    … adequate armaments. Click here to view the embedded video. Deep Silver has handed the reigns for this game over to Swedish developer Fatshark, creators of Lead and Gold. It is clear that Fatshark is taking the focus off fighting, as they plan to make the game much more story-driven, even creating the game as single-player only. You’ll follow Cato…

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  • Ladies’ Might: War Of The Vikings Add Shieldmaidens

    … Tch! So much for realism. Those silly sausages at Fatshark have only gone dragged their historical man-murdering simulator War of the Vikings into the realms of folklore and mythology by adding fe-male warriors. See, most accounts of Viking ‘shieldmaidens’ come from folklore and legend, with scant few historical records of them, so I don’t even…

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  • War of the Vikings Review – Not so deadly

    … War of the Vikings can be considered as the “sequel” to 2012′s War of the Roses; a medieval multiplayer action game which was overshadowed by Chivalry: Medieval Warfare , a similar game (albeit in first person) that launched around the same time. Unfortunately for War of the Roses, the game was quickly forgotten and servers became a ghost town…

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