Santa Monica Studios has revealed their new logo. This new logo change comes in form of what the studio is based about instead of just trying to keep things fresh.
Director Shannon Studstill revealed on the PlayStation Blog, that the reasons behind the changes of their logo was based around what the video game development studio is based about.
As we at Santa Monica Studio continue our odyssey to develop great games for PS4 (no hints!), both with our internal studio and our external dev partners, it seemed befitting to seek out a new unified studio logo. The goal — create a flexible identity for all of our games, a united banner for all we do.
Our new logo, with its bold, simple structure can become a frame to the world of our games, filled with elements of the game such as key colors, textures, game content and screenshots. When you see the new animated logo boot up with our next external dev games such as Fat Princess: Piece of Cake and Hohokum, you’ll further understand how we crafted a mark that allows our games to visually become part of the brand.
Recently the Santa Monica Studio has changed locations though they have a few video games set to release in the near future. What’s coming out the Sanata Monica Studio pipeline includes the following: Hohokum (August 12), The Order: 1886 (2015), Everybody’s Gone to the Ratpure (2015), and lastly a project known simply as Cory Barlog, no release date has been stated.