Former Rockstar North president and Grand Theft Auto producer, Leslie Benzies, has raised $42 million for his upcoming console and PC recreation, Everywhere.

According to The Telegraph (through Video Games Chronicle), Leslie’s studio –  Build a Rocket Boy – secured funding from New York-based Galaxy Interactive and Chinese large NetEase. Everywhere was first introduced again in 2017 as a next-gen expertise that’s being constructed with Amazon’s AAA Lumberyard engine. In earlier interviews, Benzies has mentioned that title might be in contrast to something he’s accomplished earlier than, and from what we all know to date, Everywhere might be expansive.

An official overview is as follows:

In the close to future, know-how has introduced humanity to the precipice of a world shifting change.

There are those that need to use this know-how to benefit solely themselves, and people who need to use it to assist all humankind. Will we glance to the celebs? Or stare solely at our ft? Will we be impressed? Or stay in concern?

There’s a conflict between good and evil in the hearts of women and men. Everything is altering. And there’s no going again.

It’s a recreation. It’s a neighborhood. It’s a brand new world. The storm is on the horizon. And it’s only the start of EVERYWHERE.

Benzies high-profile departure from Rockstar was adopted by a lawsuit that he filed towards Take-Two Interactive for $150 million. He accused the writer of “numerous deceptions” that resulted in him being compelled out of the corporate. Both events reached a settlement in 2018.

We’ll replace our readers when now we have extra details about Everywhere.

[Source: VGC]