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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:30pm 02/06/17 | 1 Comments
Coming to PC and consoles sometime in the future. Will we get a glimpse of the new project at E3? Maybe, but the announcement sounds like the sort of thing you hear about very early in a game's development cycle. In addition to Bulletstorm, People Can Fly were also co-developers on Gears of War: Judgement for Xbox 360. Which makes us think that whatever it is the studio is working on, expect guns.

“We’re massively excited to be working with the talented team at PCF in Warsaw, a studio filled with people who really know their craft,” said Lee Singleton, Head of Studio at Square Enix London Studios. “We’re building a game we all want to play which will be the perfect addition to our portfolio.”
 
“It’s an exciting time,” said Sebastian Wojciechowski, Studio Head at People Can Fly. “We’ve got a great and experienced team in place, and it’s incredible to be working with Square Enix, a world-class publisher who shares our passion and excitement for the project.”


In addition to the announcement People Can Fly has also updated its site, with a number of job positions open.



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Steve Farrelly
Posted 04:38pm 02/6/17
These guys are a great team, hoping for something fast and fun. Bulletstorm was highly underrated
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