Ovosonico partners with 505 Games on “new, ambitious IP”

Ovosonico moves headquarters to new office in Milan.


Last Day of June and Murasaki Baby developer Ovosonico will partner with 505 Games on a “new, ambitious IP,” the studio announced.

Through this partnership, Ovosonico aims to expand its business in the growing independent AAA games market. In order to support the growth in both team size and infrastructure, Ovosonico has moved its headquarters to a new office in Via Tortona, Milan.

According to Ovosonico, the partnership with 505 Games will provide the developer the “resources and know-how of a recognized and successful international team.”

Ovosonico is currently recruiting to expand its team. Interested developers can apply here.

Find comments from each party below.

Massimo Guarini, Ovosonico CEO and Creative Director

“Moving our focus to Independent AAA is all about creating IP with high production values and mainstream appeal, but with the more focused game design, lower price point and open development process that defines indie games. We’re very excited to partner up again with 505 Games. Through this collaboration we can exploit synergies with a recognized and successful company, maintaining our independence having access to important resources on this journey to create spectacular, exciting and unique game experiences that can compete with triple-A within a fraction of their budget.”

Raffaele Galante, CEO of the Digital Bros Group

“We are very enthusiastic to strengthen our partnership with Massimo Guarini and his team, proving once again our efforts towards spreading the Italian creativity around the world and our will to invest on national talents. We are proud to have the possibility to participate, once again, in the growth of this studio that has demonstrated during the past years great value, competences, capabilities and huge talent and creativity.”

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