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While yesterday's update kept the name of the publisher that's helping inXile with Torment: Tides of Numenera under wraps, today they're apparently ready to name this organization. It's Techland, the studio behind Dead Island and Dying Light, which recently started working as a publisher too. More details are available in an article on MCV UK:
“inXile is an amazing team of people, led by an industry veteran and one of the most renowned developer of all times, Brian Fargo,” Techland’s business development director Przemek Marmul told MCV. “As a developer we’ve managed to build an amazing community around Dead Island, Dying Light etc and inXile did the same. So it’s all about understanding the players and being creative, as well as having all the necessary resources to deliver the game to the players.
“We want to build on this and use this experience as a global publisher now. We published Dying Light in 144 territories and we believe we did a bloody good job, while Warner really helped as a distributor. That’s how we understood that we’re ready to help third party developers. We’re very excited and full of positive energy. I guess that a guy like Brian Fargo feels that and I’m sure that he has the same approach.”
To announce the partnership, a new teaser trailer has been posted too. It's the worst Torment: Tides of Numenera trailer so far, largely because it includes no notable footage or artwork: