New games from Sonic Mania team, ex-Dragon Age dev revealed by Private Division
Indie-focused publishing label Take-Two Interactive, Private Division, revealed on Wednesday new deals with four studios: Die Gute Fabrik, Evening Star, Piccolo Studio, and Yellow Brick Games. The announcement means new games from the teams behind Sega. Sonic Mania and AAA franchises such as Dragon Age, Assassin’s Creed, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six
Sports friends and Johann Sebastian Joust and winner of the 2019 IGF and Indiecade awards. The mutation is a soap opera about mutants, which we named one of the year’s best games. Hanna Nicklin, studio head and creative director at Die Gute Fabrik, described the studio’s next game as an adventure story.
Evening Star was founded in 2018 by developers Sonic Mania and Sonic Mania Plus – Christian Whitehead, Dave Padilla, Tom Fry, Hunter Bridges, and Brad Flick – and see the team expand their horizons in a new 3D platformer. Evening Star is building its unannounced game on its Star Engine.
Piccolo Studio is the developer of getting Up: A Simple Story, a 3D narrative adventure with intriguing time-management puzzles.