- The Developer of Hellgate:London is a company by the name of Flagship Studios(FSS).
- The team behind Flagship Studios is comprised mainly of "former" Blizzard NORTH employees.
Founded in 2003, Flagship Studios is a creator of interactive entertainment. With developers that are renowned within the gaming industry, the game development studio is focused on creating games that set the standard in interactive entertainment.
The entire founding team was previously employed at Blizzard Entertainment®, where they were instrumental in the success of the best-selling Diablo® series of computer games. Known for their individual work on some of the best-selling computer games of all time, including the Warcraft®, StarCraft®, and Diablo series, this core team of experienced artists, programmers, designers and producers have worked together for close to a decade. Notably, they created and played key roles in developing the wildly successful Diablo franchise that has sold in excess of 13 million units worldwide.
Flagship Studios has a partnership with Electronic Arts, Namco and HanbitSoft to cover an international market for game marketing and distribution.
Official Website - Flagship Studios
Flagship Studio Key PlayersEdit
- David Brevik (CVO and co-founder)
- Bill Roper (CEO and co-founder)
- Erich Schaefer (CCO and co-founder)
- Max Schaefer (COO and co-founder)
- Kenneth Williams (CFO and co-founder)
- Dave Glenn (Art Director, Co-Founder)
- Peter Hu (Director of Technology, Co-Founder)
- Phil Shenk (Art Director, Co-Founder)
- Tyler Thompson (Director of Technology, Co-Founder)
Flagship Studios has been featured in many interviews and previews for Hellgate :London.
These interviews and previews provided the community with new information about Hellgate: London, as well as current state of the title's development.
Know Your DeveloperEdit
- Gamespot interview with Bill Roper @ GDC: Hellgate: London peak at new templar classes March 7, 2007
This section is to be used for major announcements in the development of HG:L, such as expansions and major content additions.