focus entertainment regime change is underway. Sean Brennan, Former Managing Director Bethesda, has stepped in as CEO Helping the French publisher “realize its strategic ambitions”, which also includes “delivering the group’s most ambitious new game series ever”.
Brennan led all international publishing responsibilities at ZeniMax (Bethesda’s parent company) for 14 years, such as The Elder Scrolls Online And franchises like The Evil Within and Dishonored.
In his press statement, Brennan wrote that he will help “develop new, high-quality proprietary intellectual property that will deliver a great gaming experience while creating value for the company.”
Brennan’s predecessor, Christophe Nobileau, will continue as Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Focus. Nobileau has served as the company’s CEO since October 2020.
Frank Sagnier, Focus’s new vice-chairman, added that having Brennan on board “represents a tremendous asset in accelerating the growth of the group globally. In my new role as vice-chairman, I will focus on helping Sean with the execution of external growth strategy.”
According to Focus, by the end of 2022 several financial downturns the second quarter of this year. The publisher admitted this was due to a lack of circulation.But that was before Asobo A Plague Tale: Requiem and the flying boar’s evil west out, which means its upcoming third-quarter report due on January 19 will likely consider both versions.
That said, one play that went really well in the second quarter was Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Revenge of the Shredder From subsidiary Dotemu.
In the same financial report, Focus wrote that 2023 “will have the largest lineup in Focus history.”Notable titles from the publisher so far in 2023 include Mundfish’s atomic heart February, Saber Interactive’s Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine II, and deck 13 of Atlas fell.