The world economy is not experiencing its best moment and this situation is affecting all sectors, including video games. In that sense, now Spanish studio Lince Works, creators of Aragami, has announced its closure definitive in a sad statement that explains what they have been working on in recent times, what the company’s financial situation was like, what reasons have led them to make this tough decision and what will happen to the games that have seen the light of day on their part throughout the nine years of its existence. Below you can see the release fully owned by Lince Works, a studio based in Barcelona that is now saying goodbye.
“The last two years have been particularly difficult, since we have focused on the development of new IPs and on giving the company a new direction. We were ambitious in terms of what we wanted to achieve as a studio, but unfortunately, although we made good progress, the economic context has not been favorable and our time is up“, Explain Lynx Works in the saddest part of his statement. “It breaks our hearts to know that all the work we have done over the last year will not finally come to fruition,” they conclude.
For the peace of mind of the fans of the Spanish company, Lince has assured that “Aragami and Aragami 2 will continue to be available on all platforms and stores, and that it will be possible to access the online cooperative mode ”. The Lince Works legacy will live on forever thanks to the popular Aragami franchise, but they will stop creating new projects as of the imminent month of April. One more example of the delicate situation that the world of videogames in general is experiencing and especially Spanish development in particular.