Private Division teams up with Moon Studios, League of Geeks and Roll7 for upcoming new games

Private Division teams up with Moon Studios, League of Geeks and Roll7 for upcoming new games

Today, Private Division, a publishing label of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc., announced that they have signed three new publishing agreements with top independent developers Moon Studios, League of Geeks, and Roll7. These partnerships expand Private Divisions portfolio of titles that include the Kerbal Space Program franchise, The Outer Worlds, Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, and Disintegration. Private Division empowers and supports leading creative talent in the industry to bring their visions to life and find consumers around the world.

“Developing the Ori series over the past decade has been a great experience for our team, and we’re excited to raise the bar with a new action RPG,” said Thomas Mahler and Gennadiy Korol, the founders of Moon Studios. “We attribute our success to the iterative refinement process that we use at Moon Studios. We will continue to use that development style to create a new game that goes beyond everything we have made so far.”

Founded in 2011 by Trent Kusters, Blake Mizzi and Ty Carey, League of Geeks are the renowned developers behind the groundbreaking digital board game Armello. Based in Melbourne, League of Geeks aims to expand the studio’s first success with an ambitious new game and intellectual property in partnership with Private Division.

“It is just as important to us to create sensible games that can form and maintain a dedicated community of players as it is to develop games that are critical, cultural, and commercial successes,” said Blake Mizzi, co-founder and director of League of Geeks. “This partnership gives us the opportunity to expand our studio, along with our ambition to make something better than we’ve developed so far.”

Roll7 in London is a BAFTA and other award-winning independent studio founded in 2008 by Simon Bennett, John Ribbins, and Tom Hegarty. Roll7 made the OlliOlli series, NOT A HERO and Laser League, and are working with Private Division on the next leap forward in their mission to create great flow-state games.

“Players are responding to our titles as we strive for a super solid gaming feel, highly refined gameplay and simple yet in-depth game systems,” said John Ribbins, Chief Creative Officer at Roll7. “We are excited to work on our next title with Private Division, and we can’t wait for players to get started. We are raising the bar even more for our creativity and the scope of our ambition to make this next project our best ever.”

In collaboration with these developers, Private Division will release more information about each project in the future. All three titles are currently in early development and have no set release date at this time. The first of these titles is not expected until Take Two’s fiscal year 2022.

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