Newsbrief: Razor Edge Games has struck a deal with the Arizona Commerce Authority to set up an Arizona-based studio to work on its debut Early Access title Eden Falling.
According to a press release, The Arizona Commerce Authority has offered tax incentives and credits that the company is eligible for over a five-year period to hire new employees and house its HQ in Arizona. Razor Edge Games also announced that the town of Gilbert, AZ would be assisting with the construction of a new 40-person studio.
Razor Edge's team currently consists of 160 part-time employees working around the globe, but now the company will look to make additional hires and take advantage of tax incentives to expand development of Eden Falling in Arizona.
Update 2/20: This story has been updated to better reflect the context of Razor Edge Games' deal with the Arizona Commerce Authority.