I am totally convinced of this. Why did they move? I toured the new place and it is huge AND it has room for growth. They have two lines running at 50+ games/day each now. That doubled previous peak production. That is 2K+ games per month or 24K+ per year. PLUS, they saved spaced for a third line which they hope to get running next year. That would be 36K+ games a year. How can they sustain these numbers? They have to release more titles.
Some thoughts on 6-8 titles:
1 Vault edition per year?
1 Remake from PPS per year?
1 Boutique (WNBJM) game per year?
3-5 Licensed Titles per year?
I mean, there is a possibility that we are ALL right on our speculation. GoT will be made, Iron Maiden will be made, LOTR and SM VE's will be made, Batman v Superman, Jurassic World??? Terminator Genysis? The list goes on...Muppet's? That's 8! Stern can make 3K of each in the next 18 months and still have time to make 12K KISS's. They absolutely have HUGE plans and our brains (at least mine) have not completely processed this idea.
Can Borg and Trudeau design 2 games/year each?
Can Ritchie get 1 out every year?
Will they hire another designer? 2 more?
Has pinball become big enough worldwide to justify these numbers? Would it saturate quickly?
Is there enough money in boutique games to even sustain them as part of the model?
Will we all go broke?
Or, I am I completely wrong.