The studio formerly known as Behaviour Interactive, A2M, is now the studio formerly known as A2M. The WET developer has switched back to its original name as a way of indicating the studio's "evolution," CEO Rémi Racine told Shacknews, and not as a result of all the dirty jokes it's been the butt of, apparently.
The Canada-based studio hasn't evolved beyond dropping sequels just yet, as Behaviour is currently working on Naughty Bear 2 and WET 2, it has confirmed. It's also doing some lower-budget games, including an XBLA-bound Doritos game and a Rango movie adaptation, as well as several "unannounced" titles for every platform, including Facebook. The Facebook game is what we'll probably see first from the newly (re)named studio, as it's slated for release at some point later this month.
"We have developed a strong reputation as a high-quality work-for-hire studio, as well as a creator of our own original content and will continue to pursue both sides of the business. The new name reflects a renaissance of the company," Racine said.
WET is probably the most high-profile game the Behaviour team has created in some time, and it's not exactly the kind of title you'd write home about: it was super stylish, but suffered from a problem or three, mainly in the gameplay arena. Will WET 2 show us what Racine is talking about?