Rebel Wolves is a new studio with former Witcher and Cyberpunk developers

Rebel Wolves

A new veteran-packed studio teams up to create Unreal Engine 5 project.

Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, the game director of The Witcher 3 and an experienced industry veteran, has formed Rebel Wolves with a group of senior game developers. Konrad envisioned a new studio with the shared purpose of doing things differently than the rest of the business, with the team always coming first.

Rebel Wolves was founded with the objective of breaking free from the constraints of AAA development companies and approaching each goal as a group. The studio is motivated by a desire to assemble a devoted team dedicated to producing lively virtual worlds brimming with intense emotions and one-of-a-kind experiences.

A dark fantasy role-playing game that will test your limits

Rebel Wolves is seeking to make a mark with its debut project, bringing together a skilled team of industry veterans from projects like The Witcher series, Cyberpunk 2077, Thronebreaker, and Shadow Warrior 2.

Rebel Wolves

As they try to redefine the RPG genre with their first project, they are united by the objective to put the team first. They think that happy people make excellent games. Their first project is a AAA dark fantasy role-playing game designed on the Unreal 5 engine. It’s the first of a planned series.

By providing a game that will mark a before and after in the genre, the development team hopes to push the genre’s boundaries. Knowing the development team behind this project, it looks likely to become one of the industry’s biggest names. The game is expected to come to PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X.

In the next months, Rebel Wolves will be looking for various jobs in the studio, both internal and remote, so contact them via their email if you’re interested in joining the team.

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