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Dino Patti leaving Playdead

Co-founder and CEO sells shares to business partner

Playdead's co-founder and CEO Dino Patti is leaving the company, having sold his shares to business partner Arnt Jensen.

"It's been amazing journey, where I've been lucky to work with some extremely talented people and partners," said Patti. "I feel that I'm leaving the company in a state where it can definitely manage itself, and I wish best of luck to Arnt and the rest of the team in the future."

Patti leaves on a high note after the excellent critical reception for the studio's second game, Inside, which released on Xbox One last month. HE had been at the helm of the Danish developer for nine and a half years, growing the company to 25 people.

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Ben Link Video Game Enthusiast and Graphic Artist 2 years ago
Well done sir. Limbo and Inside were Masterpieces.
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