Conspiracy Entertainment Holdings, a developer, publisher and marketer of interactive entertainment software in North America and Western Europe, announced Tuesday that it has a publishing deal with Engine Software, a game developer based in the Netherlands, regarding the release of its STATESHIFT video game title in the American territories, including North and South America, and Mexico.
STATESHIFT, an original sci-fi racing title made for a popular handheld gaming device set in the not-too-distant future, focuses on illegal racing competitions around future Earth where economical instability, and depletion of resources has led to a series of bloody conflicts.
STATESHIFT boasts various single player modes including an expansive Career Mode, and adrenalin-pumping WiFi multiplayer mode.
Engine Software and Conspiracy will be releasing further information, including news and media, in the future.
A release date and price point have not yet been confirmed.
Engine Software will also be looking to establish further partnerships for the Asian markets over the coming months.