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Private Division Signs Deal With Moon Studios, League Of Geeks & Roll7

Private Division Signs Deal With Moon Studios, League Of Geeks & Roll7”

Alongside Moon Studios, Private Division has also announced partnerships with League of Geeks and roll7. It's also publishing OlliOlli developer Roll7's next game. According to Private Division, the folks at Moon Studios are now working on a "compelling new action RPG". A clue has already given us the founder of the studio Thomas Mahler last April, when during an interview he clearly said that their next project has to do with humans, and not with fantastic creatures.

While we have no details yet on any of these games, given the history of these developers, we're expecting some unique and interesting games to come out of these partnership deals. They are working with Private Division to create "awesome, flow state games", which shouldn't be much a surprise considering their catalogue.

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

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Commenting on the partnership, Private Division claims to "empower and support the industry's leading creative talent in bringing their visions to life and land to consumers around the world". No specific platforms have been announced at this time. All three titles are now in early development, and do not now have set release dates.

While all three projects are in early development with the first of them not set to hit store shelves before Take-Two's fiscal year 2022, the publishing deal is significant and is set to expand upon the already vast publishing portfolio which includes The Outer Worlds, Disintegration, Kerbal Space Program and Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey.



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