Ireland’s film and TV industry has been hit hard by the global financial crisis.
The film and television industry has lost around 40,000 jobs and is struggling to make ends meet as its revenue continues to fall, according to Irish film and technology company Vivid.
In a statement, Vivid said its video game and mobile game titles will be made available for purchase by the end of 2020.
In addition to the mobile game releases, the company said it is also releasing three live action and three animation films, including one for children.
Vivid is a subsidiary of FilmNation, which is owned by US video game developer, Epic Games.
It was founded by film producer and former director Richard Curtis.
The Irish Times understands that Vivid will release the games in the coming months.
Vivendi is the largest video game publisher in the world with a market value of over $100 billion.