After twenty years of being “a limited liability company”, Techland has changed its company details to “Techland S.A.” “S.A.” is short for “Spółka Akcyjna”, which means a publicly-traded company.

This was spotted by The Gamer that also looked at the studio’s registration index submitted on April 1. It confirms Techland’s legal form as a public company.

The Gamer suggests that the studio is going public to raise capital for the development of Dying Light 2. There might also be another interesting side-effect to the company’s going public. A lot of former and current employees spoke about the management crysis at Techland. The internal culture is likely to change now that the studio’s execs will be under much more scrutiny from investors.

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