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People Can Fly is working on Fortnite


12:45 PM on 11.01.2013
Epic GamesPeople Can Fly is working on Fortnite photo



Epic Games' sandbox survival title Fortnite was announced nearly two years ago. I've been anticipating it ever since, though I'd be lying if I said my interest hasn't waned. The company says it doesn't want to rush the game which, yeah -- we can tell.

A number of studios are involved on the project, including People Can Fly. In a statement to Pixel Enemy, Epic confirmed that the studio responsible for Bulletstorm is now known as Epic Games Poland. "We're a global company with talented people working toward one goal across the world. We think this helps better reflect that."

An article about PCF wouldn't be complete without a reference to Bulletstorm and the lack of a sequel. Yep, that'll do.

People Can Fly renamed to Epic Games Poland, working on Fortnite [Pixel Enemy]






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