The Studio Partners Private division has signed deals with studios with talented developers who have helped create franchises like Assassin's Creed, Fallout, and Halo. Here is a sneak peek at its game lineup. Squad Game: Kerbal Space Program The lone acquisition in the Private Division game portfolio, Kerbal Space Program needs no introduction. The ambitious sandbox sim that gives you control of your own space program has more than two million players already across PS4, Xbox One, and PC. “With all the success they had with Kerbal, I think they came to the real-ization that for them to continue on that success, they were really going to have to invest in themselves much more greatly in the studio and increase the ambitions overall,” says label head Michael Worosz. “That just wasn't in their plan, so that gave rise to an acquisition opportunity that we were fortunate we could pounce upon.” The Take-Two deal allows Squad to continue broad support for updates and DLC across all three platforms. connect The Outsiders Game: Project Wight [working title] Revealed with a 2016 trailer that more than two million people have watched, the next game from the mind of David Goldfarb (Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Payday 2) flips the RPG trope on its head and places players in the role of a Grendel-like monster being hunted by humans. The debut trailer demonstrated high production values more in line with triple-A games and an intriguing Viking sandbox world. In later interviews, Goldfarb divulged that the narrative is a dynamic experience rather than a linear story. “David writes some really good dark fiction, so I've been really excited about the world he's creating,” says Private Division executive producer and EP of production Allen Murray.