Those free-roaming zombie games don't build themselves, you know.
By Tim Colwill on August 20, 2013 at 9:20 am
Techland have confirmed that they are opening a new Canadian branch in order to handle the pressures of creating Dying Light across multiple platforms.
The new studio will be called ‘Digital Scapes Studios’, and will be headed up by former Radical Entertainment technical director Marcin Chady, who worked on titles like Prototype 2.
Digital Scapes marks the first time Techland have expanded beyond the borders of Poland, but they seem pretty chipper about the possibilities. The new studio will initially work on “key elements” of Dying Light, which is due out in 2014 for both current and next-gen systems.
Check out 12 minutes of quite impressive-looking Dying Light gameplay right here.