Saber Interactive gains independence from Embracer for $500M; Report claims Gearbox sale close to being inked

Saber Interactive will soon be free of Embracer Group thanks to a private investor group coughing up $500 million for the outfit. There is also a new report stating the mega company has a buyer lined up for Gearbox Software.

Concerning the Saber Interactive deal, a Bloomberg source familiar with the matter said that once inked, the firm would become a privately owned company retaining close to 3,500 employees.

Saber will also continue development on its Star Wars: The Knights of the Old Republic remake, which it took over from Aspyr Media in 2022, and this year it is set to release Expeditions: A Mudrunner Game, John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando, and Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine 2.

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