Ruffian Games Is Now Rockstar Dundee

Rockstar Games hardly wants any introduction, contemplating it’s the corporate chargeable for lots of the business’s most profitable video games, like Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption II. Such large tasks want numerous folks and studios working collectively, and it appears like Rockstar not too long ago acquired Ruffian Games to assist with these efforts.

As reported by TheGamer, Ruffian Games (positioned in Dundee, Scotland) was formally bought and renamed Rockstar Dundee. Information factors to the 2 corporations collaborating as early as final 12 months, however within the meantime, the acquisition was accomplished and the identify change finalized final week on October 6.

Ruffian Games was fashioned in 2008 by former members of Realtime Worlds, the studio identified for creating the unique Crackdown. With that form of expertise, it ought to be no shock that Ruffian Games went on to develop the sequel, Crackdown 2 – although the ultimate consequence did not fairly hit the excessive notes of the primary recreation. In the years since, the studio has primarily performed a supporting position to different groups, together with 343 Industries on Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Ruffian Games was not the lead studio on Crackdown 3; that was developer by Sumo Digital. 

[Source: TheGamer]

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