Former developers Journey and Edith Finch open Gardens Studio to
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Former developers Journey and Edith Finch open Gardens Studio to create vibrant online games

A group of video game designers behind projects like Journey, What Remains of Edith Finch, and Sky: Children of the Light has given the name to the creation of an independent studio garden.

Image Source: Gardens

Image Source: Gardens

Gardens was founded by brothers Chris Bell and Stephen Bell, who worked on What Remains of Edith Finch, and Lexie Dostal, of platformer Dustforce fame.

The Gardens team includes collaborators involved in the creation of Marvel’s Spider-Man, Ratchet & Clank, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, the latest installments of Fallout, Ashen, and The Hobbit.

Concept art of the first Gardens game

Concept art of the first Gardens game

The main task of gardens is development “Vibrant online games that foster meaningful multiplayer moments and relationships between players around the world”.

Gardens’ first project will be a fantasy adventure set in a mysterious and magical world. Players will overlap like it was in Journey for example.

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At this point, Gardens’ debut development doesn’t have a name, release date, or list of platforms, but there is a budget: As of July 2021, the yet-to-be-announced studio attracted $4.5 million in investments.

Gardens currently recruits specialists in a variety of fields, including artists, animators, and engineers. Employees can work remotely.

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