The Gamer edition noted that Ruffian Games had recently become part of Rockstar. Along with this, the studio was renamed Rockstar Dundee — it happened on October 6. Last year, the company was looking for specialists to help create a multiplayer of new action Rockstar for PS4, Xbox One, PC and “new platforms” — it was assumed that its about PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series.
For its life Ruffian Games has released only one prominent game – Crackdown 2. Later years, the studio helped other teams create projects like Kinect Star Wars, Halo: The Master Chief Collection and, ironically, Crackdown 3.
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