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Microsoft announced the acquisition of Double Fine Productions at the Xbox E3 2019 briefing. With the expansion of Microsoft Studios, the acquisition continues to strengthen its list of Xbox game studios first announced at E3 last year. Double Fine joined 15 other studios, including Ninja Theory, Rare, inXile Entertainment, Obsidian and The Coalition. The

developers are known for remakes of classic works such as "Phantom Mania", "Savage Legend", "Cold Fandango" and "Day of the Tentacle". Double Fine CEO Tim Schafer (Tim Schafer) stepped onto the stage with his unique humor and amiable style. This largely assuages concerns that the studio will fall to the same catastrophic roots as other Microsoft's destined to be acquired by Microsoft, especially Peter Molyneux's Lionhead studio and its untimely demise. The acquisition of

is also an opportunity for Double Fine to showcase the long-awaited platform game Psychonauts 2 and a new trailer. As weird and weird as the original, Psychonauts 2 is set to return with the same fun games, stories, and characters. The protagonist Raz must track down the missing leader of the international psychic espionage organization as he battles a group of brutal villains trying to thwart his plans.

Psychonauts 2 is coming to PC, Xbox One, Mac, and PS4, which is surprising because Microsoft is usually unwavering when their studio launches on Sony's rival console. This version is still expected to be released in late 2019.

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