Private Division teams up with Moon Studios to make an Action RPG

Ruben Fields
August 1, 2020

Starting this month, Private Division will add new titles to its portfolio from three developers: Moon Studios, League of Geeks, and Roll7.

Moon Studios, the developers behind the critically acclaimed Ori and the Blind Forest, as well as Ori and the Will of the Wisps, has announced that it is partnering with Private Division - a subsidiary of Take-Two - known best for publishing the RPG The Outer Worlds.

In a departure from the action platformers they have actually ended up being recognized for, Moon Studios- the studio behind the well-known Ori franchise- will create a new action RPG in cooperation with PrivateDivision The BAFTA-award winning studio was co-founded in 2010 by Thomas Mahler and Gennadiy Korol. "We attribute our success to the "iterative polish" job we notify at Moon Studios, and we're persevering with that form of making to make a unique game that rises above one thing else we've created to this level".

Take-Two started Private Division in 2017. Meanwhile, development team League of Geeks is also making a game with Private Division. " Now we can't wait to find out how Moon Studios intends to set new standards!"

When Microsoft went on its recent spending spree, buying up independent developers to bolster its own first party line-up, many were surprised at some of the choices, which included such relatively unknown studios as We Happy Few maker Compulsion Games.

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"It's equally important for us to build games with heart that can rally and foster a dedicated community of players, as it is to develop games that are critical, cultural, and commercial successes", co-founder and director Blake Mizzi said.

Roll7, who have previously been responsible for the likes of OlliOlli, Laser League and Not A Hero, have promised that their latest game will be their "most creative and ambitious game to date".

"Our titles resonate with players because we strive for super solid game feel, highly refined gameplay, and simple but highly masterable mechanics", said John Ribbins, chief creative officer at Roll7.

Details on each studio's new projects, which are early development, will be revealed in the future. All three titles are now in early development, and do not now have set release dates.

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