Curt Shilling Moves Gaming Company 38 Studios to Providence

After closing a $75 million financing package with the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation earlier this month, former Boston Red Sox and founder of 38 Studios, Curt Shilling, has announced his game development company will move their headquarters to Providence, Rhode Island in early 2011. Alongside co-founders Todd McFarlane and Bob Salvatore, the 38 has been hard at work completing their upcoming projects: the EA assisted RPG Kingdom of Amalur: Reckoning; as well as the highly anticipated MMOG code named Project Copernicus. Rumors have both titles seeing 2011 releases, but in the meantime, check out this promising trailer for Reckoning.

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One Response to “Curt Shilling Moves Gaming Company 38 Studios to Providence”
  1. Jesse says:

    These guys are making some amazing games!

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