Screenshot is attempting to create a new universe called Everai after making a successful initial try with their first game, Game of Blocks. The studio has assembled a top-notch team for this purpose in order to create a world that lives up to its expectations. Developers and consultants who previously worked for Riot Games, Supercell, Electronic Arts, Sorare, Starkware, or RTFKT are present on this team.
The first Everai universe protagonist, Duo, has already been made public by the studio.
In an attack that also left his sibling dead, this unfortunate character suffered serious injuries. He received a cybernetic body as a member of House Hansei (a Shodai order dedicated to the improvement of life through science), making him an exceptional combatant who can adapt to any situation.
We can already see that Mehdi Aouichaoui, an artist, is prominent among them. Medhi, who is well-known for his work on numerous Japanese animated programs like Star Wars: Visions, Dragon Ball Z, and One Piece, is currently working on the Everai project and was the driving force behind the creation of the first hero in this new universe.
Quentin Pointillard, a concept artist and art director who has established himself on the series “The Incredible World of Gumball,” and who also works on numerous projects for the studio Square Enix Montreal, will also be collaborating with Everai.
These partnerships won’t be the last ones. The studio wants to establish close relationships with the artists working on Everai.
What to expect?
In the near future, Everai wants to use several artistic mediums, like music and graphics, to bring its universe to life. Longer term, the game will consider new endeavors like animated television shows or possibly motion pictures.
Over the following ten years, the studio also intends to produce a number of video games set in the Everai universe. In particular, the “Play and Earn” component will be highlighted, and Screenshot wants to give players unique experiences.