In the US, GRIN, developer of the PC versions of the Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter games, isn't the most well-known studio. But with 190 people across four locations and a decade under its belt, the Sweden-based game maker is a formidable industry player.
Next-Gen can exclusively reveal that GRIN is expanding further with the opening of a Gothenburg, Sweden studio. According to GRIN CEO and co-founder Bo Andersson, about 20 people are lined up to begin work in Gothenburg, and the self-sufficient studio is expected to grow to about 50 staff in total. Doors will open on January 7.
"The new studio is working on a very, very big Hollywood sci-fi brand" for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, hints Andersson. "It's a real triple-A thing."