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People Can Fly will no longer be working with Take-Two on Project Dagger

The upcoming game may end up being self-published.

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People Can Fly, the developer who recently delivered Outriders, will no longer be working with Take-Two Interactive for the upcoming Project Dagger, as the pair have terminated their agreement relating to the game.

As reported on by, it's said that People Can Fly will retain the IP rights for Project Dagger, and that with this being the case, the developer may end up self-publishing the game, or potentially evening finding another publisher to work with instead - although no names have been provided as of yet.

People Can Fly's CEO Sebastian Wojiechowski has given a short statement as part of the decision, saying, "I assume we will part on good terms, and I don't see reasons why we couldn't work with Take-Two on some other project in the future. We strongly believe in the Project Dagger's potential and are now committed to continue its development within our self-publishing pipeline."

Aside from it being in development at the company's New York studio, not a whole lot is currently known about Project Dagger.

People Can Fly will no longer be working with Take-Two on Project Dagger

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