The state of Rhode Island is looking to sell the IP acquired from the now defunct 38 Studios, including Kingdoms of Amalur. This is part of the ongoing effort to recoup $130 million in debt when 38 Studios collapsed.

“Who knows what the value ultimately will be,” said Providence-based Chace Ruttenberg & Freedman LLP lawyer Richard J. Land, who is holding 38 Studios in receivership. “But there is interest in the assets.”

A hearing for the case, in which Rhode Island sued 38 Studios’ former owner Curt Schilling and 13 other defendants for fraud, will take place on Wednesday.