Dec 7, 2007
The boss of the now-defunct FASA Studio has established a new development house and has gotten the rights to a number of IPs back from Microsoft.
Jordan Weisman's new studio, Smith & Tinker, has the rights to Crimson Skies, Shadowrun and MechWarrior. According to the studio's official website, it also has the rights to additional properties from the FASA back catalogue.
"We're not quite ready to announce our plans for each property, but please be assured that our goal is to surprise and delight old fans, while welcoming new fans to these fantastic worlds," says the studio.
FASA shut down in September this year following the release of cross-platform shooter Shadowrun.