Good Shepherd Entertainment will make new games based on 2000 AD

Good Shepherd Entertainment

Boutique publisher Good Shepherd Entertainment has announced a new partnership to develop multiple new video games based on the 2000 AD universe.

The new partnership between Good Shepherd Entertainment and 2000 AD owner Rebellion Developments will focus on developing and publishing new games based on the iconic franchise, which includes IPs like Dredd, Rogue Trooper, and more.

“We are huge fans of Rebellion and 2000 AD” said Amanda Kruse, head of business development and publishing for Good Shepherd. “It’s still early days, but building this out with partners who understand the art of adaptation across mediums has been incredible. We are excited to bring fans the hits they are expecting, but even more excited to play with the deep cuts in the library.”

Alongside owning 2000 AD properties, Rebellion also owns the rights to other British comics like Roy of the Rovers, Sexton Blake, The Spider, The Trigan Empire, Halo Jones, and Hewligan’s Haircut.

“We are honored to be the foremost custodians of the rich history of the British comics industry, and as we aim to preserve these legacies. Rebellion is proud to bring these stories to entirely new generations who will experience them for the first time through our partnership with Good Shepherd” said Jason Kingsley OBE, CEO and co-founder of Rebellion. “My brother Chris (co-founder of Rebellion) and I have read 2000 AD from issue 1, and we look forward to seeing some of these stories brought to life with Good Shepherd.”

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