Drecom acquires Wizardry copyright and trademark rights, new title to be developed

A new Wizardry cometh.

Wizardry

Japanese company Drecom has acquired the copyrights, as well as the domestic and foreign trademark rights to the “Wizardry” intellectual property and will develop a new title in the series, the company announced.

The acquisitions include the copyrights to “Wizardry 6,” “Wizardry 7,” “Wizardry 8,” and “Wizardry Gold,” as well as the domestic and foreign trademark rights to “Wizardry.”

The company said it will keep up its commitment to the acquisition of popular intellectual properties, as well as the development and cultivation of its internal properties.

Drecom is a mobile game developer based in Tokyo. Its past works include Disgaea RPG (co-developed with ForwardWorks), the mobile version of Everybody’s Golf (co-developed with ForwardWorks), Derby Stallion Masters, Chocotto Farm, Digimon ReArise (developed for Bandai Namco), Kirara Fantasia (developed for Aniplex), and more.

Thanks, Games Talk.

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