Focus Home Interactive to announce new titles on February 7 and 8

The annual "What's Next for Focus" press event.

Focus Home Interactive

Focus Home Interactive will present its lineup of games, a number of which have yet to be announced, during its annual “What’s Next for Focus” press event on February 7 and 8 in Paris, the company announced in its latest sales report.

The company also provided several sales updates and teases:

Farming Simulator

The 19th version of Farming Simulator is in development, which promises “important new features anticipated by the game’s fans and a new game engine that will yield visuals close to the best productions on the market.”

Spintires: MudRunner

Spintires: MudRunner sold over 500,000 copies in two months, and has emerged as “one of the new flagship licenses of Focus Home Interactive.” It was strongly received on both the Steam platform and consoles, with particularly favorable reception in the United States. New developments have been launched that will enable the release of a “MudRunners USA” extension “in the next few months,” which integrates official vehicles made by “prestige brands” and an American environment.

The Surge

By the end of December, The Surge had sold close to 500,000 copies, making it one of the company’s “major successes of the year.” Focus Home Interactive teased that “the next phase of the collaboration between [developer Deck13 Interactive] and Focus will be unveiled shortly.”

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