Larian Opens Warsaw Studio

Larian Studios announces the launch of a new studio in Warsaw, calling Poland "one of the greatest RPG development hubs in the world." They are staffing up, and this post puts out the call for those interested in joining the cause. This not tweet notes the timing supports the company's recently revealed ambitions, saying the launch comes "with two very ambitious RPGs now starting development." The announcement includes a couple of eye-opening tidbits, including word this is the company's seventh studio, and that it operates on a 24-hour schedule:
Larian Studios, the independent game developer behind Baldur’s Gate 3, the critically acclaimed RPG and winner of over 200 Game of the Year awards, is about to set up base in one of the greatest RPG development hubs in the world with the launch of a new studio in Warsaw, Poland.

As the team ramps up development on its next games, Larian is excited to boost its existing 24-hour development cycle with the addition of this seventh studio. Larian Studios Warsaw will be joining a global team of sister studios in Quebec, Dublin, Guildford, Barcelona, Ghent, and Kuala Lumpur.

“The decision to open a permanent studio in Warsaw shows how serious we are about encouraging creativity, collaboration, and innovation in the heart of Poland's lively gaming scene,” said Ula Jach, Head of Studio. “We're thrilled for the opportunity to collaborate with the abundant talent and expertise of the region, especially considering Poland's strong reputation as a hub for RPG and gaming enthusiasts.”