Digital Extremes is a privately held company that creates and licenses the Evolution Engine, and creates premier titles for PlayStation 3, XBox360, and PC platforms.
Digital Extremes is currently developing Darkness 2 with 2K, and has worked on HomeFront, Bioshock, Bioshock2, Dark Sector, and numerous iterations of the Unreal franchise.
Recent articles about Digital Extremes
70 million players later, Digital Extremes COO Sheldon Carter talks shooter trends and putting your community first
Digital Extreme says it will retain creative independence and autonomy
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From a slow start, Digital Extremes built a service game to rival Destiny, defying every convention along the way
"If we did treat it like a sprint, we'd be dead."
Game reaches milestone less than three weeks after launch on the platform
This was a hard decision to make, and we can't thank you enough for your incredible support throughout development, says developer
Warframe developer opens new studio two hours from London, Ontario headquarters
Rebecca Ford's multifaceted job at Warframe studio Digital Extremes underscores one of the industry's most dramatically changing roles
58 per cent of the Warframe dev is now owned by a chicken meat manufacturer
Chinese agricultural company also involved in buyout of Warframe developer
Digital Extremes wants to stay one anyway, creative director says mobile is even riskier than free-to-play
Developer behind Star Trek working on sci-fi PC shooter for this winter
But Darkness 2 project director Sheldon Carter isn't worried about their future
Under the skin of a development utopia, where staff poaching happens on a weekly basis
Take-Two taps Unreal Tournament, Dark Sector vets to head multiplayer effort
Publisher brings in Dark Sector dev for PlayStation 3 expertise
D3Publisher has told GamesIndustry.biz that its Australian distributor may be considering an appeal over the banning of upcoming PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 title Dark Sector.
Canadian developers Digital Extremes and Silicon Knights are to receive CAD 1 million in funding from the Ontario Media Development Corporation, for prototypes of new videogame concepts.
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