And by expanding we mean growing the current 250 employees to a planned team of 400. A massive undertaking that comes alongside moving into a new five story office that will be the studio's state-of-the-art base of operations for the foreseeable future. After the success of Horizon Zero Dawn the studio is looking to release games a lot quicker than the six years it took to make Horizon.
“After Horizon: Zero Dawn, we are accelerating, the best talents are coming to us, and last month we have already hired nine new people, but we also needed more space for our sound and motion tracking studios,” Guerrilla Games CEO Hermen Hulst in a recent interview with Dutch website Het Parool
. “We we want to release games in the two or three years, both new titles and games based on existing titles.”