Square Enix and People Can Fly announce partnership for AAA console and PC title

But don't expect to see it at E3 2017.

People Can Fly

Square Enix has announced a new external development partnership with Bulletstorm and Gears of War: Judgment developer People Can Fly for a new high-end original title for console and PC.

The company noted that the new, triple-A project will not be featured in Square Enix’s E3 2017 lineup.

“We’re massively excited to be working with the talented team at People Can Fly in Warsaw, a studio filled with people who really know their craft,” said Square Enix London Studios boss Lee Singleton. “We’re building a game we all want to play which will be the perfect addition to our portfolio.”

People Can Fly studio head Sebastian Wojciechowski added, “It’s an exciting time. We’ve got a great and experienced team in place, and it’s incredible to be working with Square Enix, a world-class publisher who shares our passion and excitement for the project.”

People Can Fly is currently hiring gameplay programmers, an AI programmer, and a VFX artist to work on the project.

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