|Founded||26 November 2007|
Number of employees
|Parent||Square Enix Europe|
Eidos-Montréal was founded under Eidos Interactive (later renamed Square Enix Europe) with general manager Stéphane D'Astous; the studio formally opened on 26 November 2007. According to D'Astous, unlike other video game development studios, Eidos-Montréal's development cycle as characterized by smaller teams (totalling to 350) working over a longer period.
The same year as its founding, the studio announced its first project: the third installment of the Deus Ex series, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, which was released in 2011. In 2009, the studio announced its second project, the fourth installment of the Thief series.
On 4 March 2014, Square Enix announced that 27 employees were laid off from Eidos-Montréal. Stéphane D'Astous resigned from Eidos Montréal on 19 July 2013, citing irreconcilable differences with parent company Square Enix.
On January 26, 2017, Eidos-Montréal announced a partnership with Marvel Entertainment to create multiple video games based on the Avengers franchise. As of May 2018, the studio has over 500 employees.
In April 2018, YouTuber George Weidman (Super Bunnyhop) reported on a cancelled video game codenamed "Fantasy Project W". In an interview with PCGamesN, studio head David Anfossi said he couldn't comment, but found the video "very well done" and "very funny to watch". He explained that, within the video game industry, projects are often started but eventually cancelled.
Eidos-Montréal and Square Enix announced a new research and development studio, Eidos-Sherbrooke, in June 2020, which will initially operate remotely by the end of 2020 and will move to a permanent location in southern Quebec in 2021. It will be led by Julien Bouvrais with initially 20 staff with plans to grow to 100. Eidos-Sherbrooke was envisioned to take advantage of the nearby Université de Sherbrooke and Bishop's University and bring in new computing technology from these schools into their games.
|2011||Deus Ex: Human Revolution||Microsoft Windows, macOS, PlayStation 3, Wii U, Xbox 360|
|2013||Tomb Raider||Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360||Additional development|
|2014||Thief||Microsoft Windows, macOS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One|
|2016||Deus Ex: Mankind Divided||Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One|
|2017||Deus Ex: Breach||Microsoft Windows|
|Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – VR Experience|
|2018||Shadow of the Tomb Raider||Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia||In collaboration with Crystal Dynamics|
|2020||Marvel's Avengers||Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Stadia||Additional work|
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