Kaos Studios

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Background

Kaos Studios was founded by THQ in 2006 to employ staff from Trauma Studios, creators of the acclaimed "Desert Combat" mod for Battlefield 1942. First, they were hired by DICE in 2004, but later broke to THQ. In 2011, THQ started closing several internal studios, with Kaos closing in June of that year.

1st Logo (August 24, 2007-February 25, 2008)

Kaos Studios (2008) (from Frontlines Fuel of War).png

Logo: We see orange rays beaming from the word "KAOS" made in a stretched-out font, and some powders and films washed from the letters making them clean. Then "STUDIOS" appears below in a slow wipe effect with orange light.

Technique: The whole action in CGI.

Music/Sounds: A sound similar to gas popping from aerated water.

Availability: Seen on Frontlines: Fuel of War and its trailers.


2nd Logo (June 13, 2010-March 15, 2011)

Kaos Studios (2011) (from Homefront).png

Logo: We see the complete logo from before made of metal, without any line inbetween. A spark comes and creates the line, which ignites at the very end and the logo burns into a waving US flag in its first two letters and the North Korean flag in its last two.

Technique: The whole logo.

Music/Sounds: A metallic clang and match ignition as the line is drawn, followed with firecrackers.

Availability: Seen on Homefront and its trailers.

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