People Can Fly sets up shop in Montreal

People Can Fly sets up shop in Montreal

Bulletstorm creator People Can Fly has opened a brand new studio in Montreal, Canada.

As spotted by VGC, this new outpost – named PCF Montreal – is going to be working on the company's triple-A project, which is led by Roland Lesterlin, who is based in the firm's New York office.

"Montreal’s amazing atmosphere and well-seasoned gamedev industry make this project extremely exciting for us," the company wrote on its website.

'We believe that PCF Montreal will soon play a major role in our studios’ portfolio."

People Can Fly now boasts studios in the UK and New York, in addition to having a second developer in its native Poland.

The game that's being worked on in New York has gone under the codename Project Dagger. It was initially set to be published by Take-Two, but that deal was terminated in September 2022.

People Can Fly is now focusing on self-publishing.

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