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.
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