Starbreeze says its money troubles are over, Payday 3 development remains on track
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Starbreeze says its money troubles are over, Payday 3 development remains on track

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Swedish game studio Starbreeze had a good run in the early 2000s with two very solid Chronicles of Riddick games and a criminally underrated Syndicate reboot. These days, though, it’s probably best known for the co-op crime shooter Payday 2, which remains firmly entrenched in the upper half of the Steam Top 100 concurrents list despite being eight years old.

A sequel, Payday 3, was announced in February 2017, although the studio warned at the time that a launch was not imminent. “This is our single most important brand today and the cornerstone of our business and we will treat it accordingly,” a Starbreeze rep said at the time. “Updates in the near future might be scarce and far between. You simply don’t rush Payday 3.”

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