Paradox Interactive to publish Foundry
Paradox Interactive and newly-created studio, Channel 3 Entertainment, announced a publishing partnership for the upcoming PC game Foundry. In Foundry, players are given the freedom to build the perfect factory of their imagination. A voxel procedurally-generated factory-building simulation and automation sandbox, the game is currently in development. A new demo for Foundry will be available for free during Steam Next Fest, from October 9 to October 16.
Foundry is a first-person, factory-building and automation sandbox set in a beautiful, procedurally-generated voxel world Starting from humble beginnings of manually mining and processing resources, crafting machinery, and developing technologies, players can advance to automating the entire production line to their precise plans. They will face different logistic challenges such as pipe networks and power systems working to expand their constantly growing production lines as they create their own gigantic, automated, and self-sustaining factory. Played solo or with friends, Foundry is the perfect mix between grid-based construction games and factory building simulations.
After reaching success as a top selling game on itch.io, a new free demo for Foundry will be available on Steam from October 9 to October 16, during the Steam Next Fest with new and improved features and content.
“The overwhelmingly positive feedback we received from the Foundry Alpha on Itch.io was encouraging and highlighted the game's immense potential” declared Patrik Meder, Vice-president at Channel 3 Entertainment, "To fully realize this potential, it was essential to collaborate with the perfect partner. Being published by Paradox Interactive allows us to fulfill the vision and ambitions we have for Foundry“
“Foundry is a unique game that has already received positive feedback from early testers and we are very excited about this project. We are proud to work with Channel 3 Entertainment to bring the ultimate factory building simulation to players“ declared Sebastian Forsström, Executive Producer at Paradox Interactive.