The money will be going on, ZeniMax says, "increased game development, expanded publishing operations" and, perhaps most interestingly, "strategic acquisitions."
The ZeniMax empire has made a number of solid acquisitions over the past several years, including the Fallout property in 2007, Doom and Quake creator id software in June 2009, the Prey franchise in July 2009 and, most recently, Arx Fatalis developer Arkane Studios in August this year. One can only imagine what'll be next.
The $150 million investment comes from Providence Equity Partners, who previously invested $300 million in ZeniMax back in 2007.
Alice, I genuinely laughed out loud at the choice of picture, much respect.
Ah, horse armor, NEVAR FORGET... what year did that happen?
I know it was Oblivion, and an example of why DLC can be a bad thing, but I think it's funny that I don't remember ehat year it was offered, but I'll never forget about horse armor.