Stardock has announced that it will be expanding to open a second games studio in Michigan.
The new studio will see 50 jobs created in the region, prompted by local tax incentives, with the team to focus on an as-of-yet unannounced RPG.
"We're very pleased with the support we've received from Wayne County and the state of Michigan," said Stardock president and CEO Brad Wardell.
"We think Michigan is well placed to become a hub for technology companies thanks to new programs from the state to make Michigan more competitive to do business in. We look forward to continuing our strong growth with additional development projects over the next couple of years."