Maximum Entertainment Unveils Massive 2024 Gaming Lineup: Over 100 Titles Incoming!


Are you ready for an avalanche of new games in 2024?

Maximum Entertainment, the recently consolidated global gaming publisher, just revealed their stacked release roadmap for the year – and it’s seriously impressive.

With over 100 titles planned across PC and consoles, including 15 brand new intellectual properties, Maximum seems determined to make 2024 one for the record books.

What New Games Are Coming from Maximum Entertainment in 2024?

The highlights of Maximum Entertainment’s 2024 slate include some potential heavy-hitters:

  • Smalland: Survive the Wilds – Open World Multiplayer Crafting Survival – 15 Feb
  • Maximum Football – Successor to Maximum Football 2020
  • Morbid: The Lords of Ire – Horror Action Adventure – May 23rd
  • Whisker Waters – Casual Adventure Fishing Life Simulation RPG – April 19
  • Leo the Firefighter Cat
  • Selfloss –  Action Adventure game set in the post-apocalyptic world
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender – multiplayer fighting
  • Projekt Z: Beyond Order – Zombie Shooter
  • Wild Bastards
  • Diesel Legacy: The Brazen Age
  • Hot Lap Racing
  • Until Then
  • PixelShire
  • Spirit of North 2
  • Squirrel With the Gun
  • Gordian Quist
  • HammerWatch 2 – Action RPG
  • Bye, Sweet Carole – Narrative Horror Adventure

…and many more still to be announced!

Here are Maximum Entertainment’s reveals featuring CEO Christina Seelye and president of Maximum Entertainment, Shane Bierwith.

The New Maximum Entertainment: A Gaming Powerhouse Formed

Previously operating as four separate publishers (Maximum Games, Modus Games, Just For Games, and Merge Games), Maximum Entertainment recently consolidated all of these brands and studios under one unified banner.

With the vision of One Name – One Company – one Portfolio – One Bright Future, the company wants better integration and a more focused approach to moving forward.

The company has published over 300 games to date, with development support from internal studios like Modus Studios.

Despite the gaming industry’s well-documented struggles in 2022 and 2023, Maximum Entertainment increased its EBITDA by an impressive 40% year-over-year.

Part of Maximum’s strategy is maintaining a balanced portfolio approach – they don’t want to put all their eggs in one basket with a single potential hit game.

Around 65 of the 100+ games on the 2024 slate are smaller “sub-publishing” titles, while the rest are being developed internally with bigger budgets and ownership of the IP.

The goal is to grow Maximum Entertainment’s revenue share from owned intellectual properties to 30% by 2025 (up from just 10% in 2023).

This allows for more long-term franchising opportunities across games, movies, TV shows, and more.

On top of all that, Maximum remains one of the few publishers still invested in physical game releases for retail alongside digital distribution.

With the physical gaming market contracting, they view this as an opportunity to double down.

Source: VentureBeat

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