To date, Rhode Island received approximately $713,000 from sales of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, the only game shipped by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's bankrupt 38 Studios, the Providence Journal reports.
Atty. Richard J. Land released the financial information earlier this week and also revealed that approximately $430,000 in additional revenue was raised through the sale of other assets, including office furniture.
Last month, Land said that the state, whose loan to the defunct studio failed last year, could sell Kingdoms of Amalur to parties interested in the assets, though he did not specify who those parties are.
For more on 38 Studios' path to insolvency, be sure to check out Polygon's StoryStream.
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