Born Ready Games picks up Strike Suit Zero

Due for PC this fall, console in early 2013.

Born Ready Games, a new studio formed of former Doublesix employees, will resume development on Strike Suit Zero, an upcoming downloadable title for consoles and PC. The title was initially announced back in August in development at Doublesix.

“Our new independent games studio is dedicated to making Strike Suit Zero the best game it can be” says Brooksby, now CEO of Born Ready Games. “It’s a labour of love for everyone involved and we are very happy to be able to finish and self-publish it under the new banner of Born Ready.”

He continued: “We are at the birth of an exciting new development studio packed with talented people who all share the company’s grand ambitions.”

Dominic Wheatley, CEO of Doublesix parent company Catalis SE, added: “We wish Born Ready Games and Strike Suit Zero all the best, and are looking forward to seeing the result of a project we have been so closely involved in.”

Strike Suit Zero is due for release on PC this fall and on console (previously announced for PlayStation Network – we’re not sure if that’s still the case) in early 2013. View three new screenshots at the gallery.

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