Russian free-to-play mobile game publisher MyTona is getting into the PC market

Date Type Companies involved Size
April 9th, 2019 investment Fntastic
Not disclosed
Russian free-to-play mobile game publisher MyTona is getting into the PC market

Russian mobile free-to-play game developer and publisher Mytona is making its debut in the PC space.

The firm is publishing a brand new survival game from fellow Russian studio Fntastic which is set to be announced in June. Mytona has also put a "large" investment behind the project, which Fntastic describes as "revolutionary".

Fntastic is best known for titles including The Wild Eight, Radiant One and Dead Dozen, which all came to PC.

“We really appreciate MyTona's investment in a new project, and thank them for their trust in our team," the company said.

"Since DayZ, The Long Dark, Don’t Starve came out nothing has changed. The game we’re developing is revolutionary in the genre of survival, where stagnation has reigned for many years. We’re going to return the interest of the audience to the genre, as well as the interest of other developers to improve the game industry as a whole.”

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