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People Can Fly has canceled its co-op action RPG Project Dagger

People Can Fly has canceled its co-op action RPG Project Dagger

At the beginning of the month, the developer of Outriders and Bulletstorm canceled the RPG that had been in the works for years, so Project Dagger will almost certainly never see the light of day. Fortunately, the Polish studio has another game in the works.

Investor report according to The People Can Fly team decided to halt development of Project Dagger on April 5, as they felt it would not be a commercial success in its current form. In Hungarian, it did not meet the quality standards they wanted to achieve.

The studio thus describes development costs as a loss, as a result of which the company's financial result in 2023 will decrease by $16.9 million. It's best to get past this as quickly as possible.

Project Dagger would have been a role-playing game geared towards cooperative experiences, which has been in the works for the Polish team since at least 2020. Previously, Take-Two had published the title, but also canceled the project in the fall of 2022, after which People Can Fly tried to finance the work on their own, where they could retain the intellectual property. The game was still in pre-production at the time.

Fortunately, Brigade has six other projects in development – including a joint project with Square Enix, and two that will be self-published – the latter two of which will be VR games. And of course, they're also working with Microsoft on an Xbox game that's rumored to be a PvP-focused shooter.

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