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People Can Fly, a Polish developer chiefly known for their work Bulletstorm and Fortnite, is now working on a brand new IP which will be a AAA shot printed by Square Enix. In order to have a group big enough to deal with this job, growth is necessary, so people are able to Fly has started two brand new studios in Newcastle, UK and Rzeszow, Poland.

Based on  Sebastian Wojciechowski, CEO of People Can Fly, the Newcastle studio was really made in September 2017. It is made up of former Ubisoft developers, with the objective of enlarging to 30 or even 20 developers.

One the flip side, the people may Fly studio at  Rzeszow was formed more recently, and mainly consists of programmers that were let move by CI Games as part of a restructuring procedure earlier this year. The accession of both of these new studios signifies that more than 150 people are operating on People Can Fly’s forthcoming AAA shot for Square Enix. You can check out Sebastian Wojciechowski full invoice on Making the new studios below:

“Since people may Fly became a different studio again, our ambition is to build a team of talented and seasoned developers that may develop the ideal AAA games. We chose in 2017 to start a new studio at Newcastle, the UK, to attract not just local gift, but also to draw the greatest developers within the UK. We want this group to grow to 20-30 developers over the next 12-18 months.

When CI Games chose to restructure its operations, we immediately made a decision to open a new studio at Rzeszów to permit those great programmers to keep on working together as a group, and to donate to the game we’re working on. Our goal is to give both new studios, even in Newcastle and at Rzeszów, the opportunity to work on characteristics or portion of the game independently from the Warsaw team. ”

People Can Fly’s newest title, Bulletstrom: Full Clip Edition, is currently accessible on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, also can be picked on Amazon.  

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