3DO games finding new homes

A number of 3DO's games have been sold to other publishers at a recent bankruptcy auction.


When 3DO filed for bankruptcy on May 28, the future of its upcoming games and long-running franchises was thrown into doubt, but at a bankruptcy auction in San Francisco yesterday, a number of them found new homes. Street Racing Syndicate was bought by Namco for a little over $1.5 million, the rights to the High Heat baseball series went to Microsoft for an undisclosed sum, and the assets of Might and Magic and Heroes of Might and Magic were sold to Ubi Soft for $1.3 million.

No information on 3DO's remaining assets has been forthcoming at this time, but we'll bring you more information on this story as soon as it becomes available.

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