Former CD Projekt Red‘s game designer and director, Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, along with other former developers of the company, has created a new gaming studio called Rebel Wolves in the hopes of creating a culture where the team comes first. With their expertise in working on highly acclaimed games like The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077, the team at Rebel Wolves aim to carry that kind of caliber into their games.
A snippet of their first game
Currently, Rebel Wolves is working on a AAA dark fantasy RPG game for their debut. It is planned to be the first installment of a planned saga, but they have yet to reveal anything further. While this is the first title for the new studio, it’s no surprise that the gaming community is expecting nothing but amazing work from this team of industry veterans.
The team drives themselves with the belief that games are a fun art form that has ambition and can offer interactivity and freedom. Rebel Wolved plans to “create meaty, dynamic gameplay systems,” which is only as much as they could describe their concept and how their game would look like in the future. However, what they are really aiming for is to create an immersive world that gamers can get into. This includes building a narrative that enhances the players’ experience and giving them the freedom to solve problems however way they want to and play the game their way.
I'm happy to announce the launch of a brand new studio, Rebel Wolves, founded by industry veterans. We're working on a brand new AAA RPG saga in Unreal Engine 5. https://t.co/3FK6ezfjqH
— Daniel Sadowski (@dansadowskidev) February 16, 2022
It all sounds promising, especially knowing the team’s expertise, but we still have to see how it would turn out and how much of these things they can actually apply. It would be exciting if Red Wolves’ debut game turns out the way they want to — which is to say, publishing a AAA game without having to do crunch time — but let’s hope for the best.
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