Now that July has come to a close, we’re going to take a look at some of the cool projects Sandbox worked on over the past month! See our last blog post on getting value out of E3 here (and us celebrating Free Slurpee Day above!)
It was a busy month on the press side for Sandbox. Focus Home Interactive announced a September 10 release date and a new trailer for GreedFall, which you can check out on PC Gamer. They also unveiled two new behind-the-scenes trailers, both of which you can find on IGN (first, second). In other news, Focus announced that CLAAS Vehicles are joining Farming Simulator 19, which you can read about on PC Invasion.
Daedalic Entertainment unleashed Iratus: Lord of the Dead into early access; head over to VentureBeat to learn more.
Good Shepherd Entertainment released a new John Wick Hex featurette showing off how Bithell Games worked with the stunt team behind Lionsgate’s acclaimed John Wick films to capture the tightly choreographed nuance of the franchise’s signature hard-hitting, close-quarters action. See the video on HypeBeast.
704Games announced NASCAR Heat 4, launching this fall on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Read about the changes coming to the game in Game Informer’s Sports Desk.
GameMill Entertainment announced Zombieland: Double Tap – Road Trip, coming to PC and consoles on October 15. Check out the details on SyFy.
Playful Studios announced a November 8 release date for New Super Lucky’s Tale on Nintendo Switch; learn more at Nintendo Life.
Saber Interactive released the “Six Skulls” update for World War Z; you can see the update trailer on GameSpot.
Skybound Games announced The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series will be available on September 10 (Comicbook).
Armor Games launched the combat-driven RPG Swords & Souls: Neverseen on July 22; check out GameSpace’s review.
Sandbox handled the YouTube and Twitch launch campaigns for Devolver Digital’s My Friend Pedro, which launched on PC and Nintendo Switch in late June. In total over 12 million views were generated on YouTube and the game reached #7 on Twitch, peaking at 50,000 viewers! Some of the most watched YouTube videos came from Shroud, LIRIK, and TigerWriter (who was featured on Twitch front page!). On the YouTube side, videos came in from Jacksepticeye, theRadBrad, Drae, and Mr. Fruit.
On the influencer side for Iratus: Lord of the Dead, we organized a launch campaign on YouTube and Twitch. The Twitch campaign generated 15.6 million minutes watched; some of the bigger streams included LIRIK, AdmiralBahroo, DansGaming, BikeMan and Cryaotic! The YouTube push has resulted in over 500,000 minutes watched, with videos coming from SplatterCatGaming, LobosJr, Rhapsody, and ManyATrueNerd.
We worked with Jackbox Games to give Cartoonz the first gameplay opportunity for Trivia Murder Party 2! The video already has over 500,000 views in 4 days.