Private Division Announces Four New Publishing Partners

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Four new publishing partners have been announced for Private Division, the studio behind OlliOlli World, Kerbal Space Program, and more! These new publishing partners will have their portfolio of titles published under the Private Division label, and you can read more details on the partnerships below.

Related Reading: OlliOlli World Review: Around the World in 80 Drop-Ins (Xbox Series)

The four new publishing partners for Private Division are as follows:

Die Gute Fabrik (best known for Mutazione, a mutant soap opera where small-town gossip meets the supernatural.)

“We’re excited about how strongly Private Division shares our vision for the experience we want to build for our playing audience, and for the ethos with which we’re collaborating on the process,” said Hannah Nicklin, Studio Lead and Creative Director at Die Gute Fabrik. “We’re so thrilled about our next story-driven adventure game and the team we’ve brought together to create it, and we can’t wait to share more down the line.”

Evening Star (the founders previously worked on the critically-acclaimed Sonic Mania Plus for SEGA.)

“We are focused on leveraging the team’s unique backgrounds with an aim to develop electrifying experiences charged with our signature sense of style,” said Dave Padilla, CEO at Evening Star. “Private Division has been a fantastic partner, and their team is equally passionate about our vision.  As we grow the studio, we are excited to share more about the new world we are creating.”

Piccolo Studio (best known for Arise: A Simple Story)

“At Piccolo Studio, we craft stories that are very personal yet center on universal themes that have an impact on everyone who plays our games,” said Alexis Corominas, Co-Founder of Piccolo Studio. “We tell our stories in unique ways, and we’re thrilled to have found a publisher that supports our vision and is equally invested in seeing the story reach a wide audience.”

Yellow Brick Games (team previously worked on numerous successful AAA franchises including Dragon Age, Assassin’s Creed, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six)

“I find myself energized by the challenge of helping build a new studio—full of incredible talent, ambitious ideas, and real focus on our product—while taking risks that might not be possible in AAA game development,” said Mike Laidlaw, Chief Creative Officer at Yellow Brick Games. “We want to deliver something special for our debut title, and partnering with Private Division provides our team with the support to create a game that’s truly memorable.”

Private Division has four concurrent working projects with all developers, with more news to come in the future. Stay tuned at MP1st for the latest on these new projects from Private Division by checking out our official Private Division hub.

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