Cold Furnace’s first game under development, Atrocity: Field of Hands (AFoH), is a first-person shooter based on a real historical conflict that will feature a wide range of settings – from lush natural environments and rural landscapes to gritty urban areas in the midst of war.
Dan, left, is retiring from the Canadian Armed forces this fall After more than 37 years in the Canadian Armed Forces, Warrant Officer Daniel Sauvageau
Joining forces with a global collective of gaming organizations to counter toxic online behavior, Cold Furnace is pleased to join the Fair Play Alliance, formed
From left, Don Perrin, Producer, Kathy Plamback, QA, and Aaron Guenther, Associate Producer Members of the Cold Furnace team gathered for a conference in
Matt Bungay at CFRB Hamilton Cold Furnace Studios brings together an impressive group of military advisors, including writers and artists with military experience, for its
Don Perrin, Cold Furnace Studios producer for our debut game, Atrocity: Field of Hands, is a veteran writer, IT professional and former Canadian Army Officer. Don
There’s nothing like hands-on experience. So in building its military-themed game, Cold Furnace staff goes beyond the traditional tools of game development. Programmers, artists and other
This September, 550 athletes and 17 nations, including our very own Art Lead Dave Desjardins, came together in Toronto to compete in the 3rd Invictus
Creating an emotionally impactful theme that is cinematic and gritty, while still respecting the military context of a historical action game is one of the
Group shot! At #jalloo17, a rare moment to capture so many of the distributed production team together. Special Guest, Brian McGee, Jalloo Festival Organizer.