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As you may have seen, Microsoft has announced its intention to acquire inXile and Obsidian. We are thrilled for these two amazing studio partners of ours, and for the Microsoft family. We are proud to have worked with these two studios to help fund, develop and publish inXile’s Wasteland 3 and Obsidian’s Pillars of Eternity II through Fig.co.

For those who invested in the Fig Game Shares for these games, nothing changes to your shares as a result of this transaction. If and when the acquisitions complete, the licensing contracts will continue to persist unchanged and we expect they will be transferred to Microsoft or kept with the studios, depending on how the acquisitions are structured. Our contracts with developers anticipate that studio acquisitions like these may occur. …


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The Next Official Sequel to Starflight is Here!

Originally published in 1986 by Electronic Arts, Starflight defined the sci-fi RPG genre for video games with its unique sandbox game play. Starflight went on to be the first PC game in history to go platinum, selling over a million copies, followed by its award-winning sequel, Starflight 2: Trade Routes of the Cloud Nebula.

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Check out what some familiar faces throughout the industry say about the Starflight series:

“If Starflight didn’t exist, Gearbox wouldn’t exist, that means Borderlands wouldn’t exist!” Randy Pitchford, CEO Gearbox Software

‘Starflight is an all-time favorite of mine. Starflight is still one of the greatest video games ever made” Ernest Cline, Author of Ready Player…


Last year was a milestone year for Fig! In addition to heavy-hitting campaigns like Pillars of Eternity II and Phoenix Point, we also saw our first games come to market, and paid out our first investor returns. …

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