Bandai Namco were looking for a partner to help them launch a Discord server for their highly anticipated game, Elden Ring, and we stepped up to the plate.
With the launch pushed back to February 2022, fans of the game had been looking for a live place to rally and discuss it in the run-up to the game’s release in the new year, and we gave them an outlet to come together and form a community.
Square Enix approached us to produce a series of ‘bestiary’ videos for them to utilize across their social channels for the launch of Outriders Worldslayer. The videos needed to include enemies that would excite existing players and also get potential new players to take notice of the game.
Square Enix outlined which enemies they wanted us to include as part of the series and provided a few examples of content from films and TV to set the tone of our content.
Retrovibe came to us seeking a creative agency who could support them with the launch of a new roguelike retro racing game they were publishing for Bad Bones studio named VergeWorld.
More specifically, they required a short, snappy gameplay trailer to reveal and show off the new game to the world at the IGN Expo event. However, the issue was the timeline, as Retrovibe required a partner who could act fast while still getting great results.
GOG.COM asked us to create a developer “Thank You” video, and two Cyberpunk 2077 game guides to accompany the game’s release in December 2020, to celebrate the fans, and get players up to speed with how they could explore Night City.
Throughout the campaign, we worked with GOG.COM and CD PROJEKT RED on gathering assets, video footage, game capture, music, and anything else we needed to create the best content possible.
At Project N, we were honoured to launch the Fortnite Summer Trials in 2020, as a way of engaging with players online about the new season of Fortnite, and since then we’ve worked with Epic on Winter Trials in 2021.Read More
The UKIE (UK Interactive Entertainment) the UK’s main trade body for the UK’s games and interactive entertainment industry asked to team up with us on an awareness campaign to help educate British parents.
The UKIE Get Smart About P.L.A.Y. campaign was a great opportunity for Project N to do some vital work for the games industry, spreading awareness to parents on how to ensure their children are safe while they have fun playing games.