Sections

Private Division signs publishing deals with Moon Studios, League of Geeks, and Roll7

Each studio working on its own new title in partnership with Take-Two publishing label

Today, Take-Two has announced that its Private Division publishing label has inked deals with Moon Studios, League of Geeks, and Roll7 to publish a new title from each outfit.

Moon Studios, known for both Ori and the Blind Forest and Ori and the Will of the Wisps, will be working on a new action RPG through the partnership, while Armello creators League of Geeks focus on a new game and IP, and OlliOlli studio Roll7 works on a new "flow state" game.

All three titles are currently in early development and do not have release dates, with Take-Two expecting the first to launch in fiscal 2022 at the earliest.

Private Division is Take-Two's indie-focused publishing label that has recently put its name on titles such as The Outer Worlds, Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, and Disintegration.

It also recently took over development of Kerbal Space Program 2 from Star Theory, moving the project to a newly-established internal studio called Intercept Games.

Star Theory reportedly shuttered shortly after.

"Our partnerships with Moon Studios, League of Geeks, and Roll7 continue to enhance Private Division's roster with more of the game industry's best creative talent from around the world," said Private Division executive VP and head Michael Worosz.

"We are thrilled to work alongside these experienced developers to provide them with the support needed to propel their creative visions to the next level."

More stories

Games and Online Harassment Hotline launches to "encourage help-seeking behaviours"

New service offers free and confidential emotional support for anyone suffering or perpetrating abuse in the games industry

By James Batchelor

Activision: "Warzone caused us to rethink how, when and where we reveal our upcoming title"

This year's Call of Duty game could be announced within the free-to-play title's 75m-strong community

By Matthew Handrahan

Latest comments

There are no comments on this article yet. Why not be the first to post one?

Sign in to contribute

Need an account? Register now.