GTA Company Will Publish New Games From Assassin's Creed, Halo, Fallout Developers

Doris Richards
December 15, 2017

Take-Two Interactive announces the creation of Private Division, a new publishing label based in NY specializing in the publication of independent developer productions.

Furthermore, Private Division is the publisher for Kerbal Space Program-Take-Two having announced this collaboration earlier this year. One is now codenamed Project Wight from The Outsiders studio, an unannounced RPG from Obsidian Entertainment, and an unannounced si-fi FPS from V1 Interactive.

Private Division is planned to make use of Take-Two's excessive resources to bring "titles from top independent developers to market", as well as those that aren't always associated with the indie scene.

Private Division has an impressive roster already.


With this in mind, Private Division will leverage Take-Two's resources as it represents clients not necessarily associated with independent game development.

Reported by GamesIndustry.biz, Private Division is designed with a focus on "high-end indie studios", or in other words, games that are larger in scale and scope than small indie projects, but also not as expensive to produce as a blockbuster title like "Grand Theft Auto".

Obsidian Entertainment's project for Private Division is an unannounced role-playing game led by Tim Cain and Leonard Boyarsky, co-creators of Fallout. The new company aims to empower "independent studios" to create games that they're passionate about. "We see a growing number of independent studios in our industry creating high quality games based on new IP, and our focus is supporting these types of developers and projects, and ultimately bringing incredible experiences to gamers around the world". You're going to have to wait a while for Private Division's first releases, as none of them are now planned for release until after March 31, 2019.

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