In what seems to be the season of acquisitions, Rockstar Games may have bought Ruffian Games, the studio responsible for the likes of Crackdown 2 and Halo: Reach of The Master Chief Collection.
This information comes from a Twitter user ConnorGamingzHD who posted this picture from the company’s career page.
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— Conor (@ConorGamingzHD) September 28, 2020
While Rockstar themselves hasn’t publicly confirmed this acquisition, there’s more information out in the open that does indicate that Ruffian Games is working for Rockstar Games as Rockstar Dundee
Twitter user Scottishgames posted the following tidbit, stating that the company is working on unspecified titles for Rockstar Games.
— Scottishgames (@scottishgames) October 10, 2019
While this should be taken with a grain of salt, Ruffian games have indeed worked with Rockstar in the past on the Grand Theft Auto series and Manhunt. This alleged acquisition also syncs with the rumors floating around that a Red Dead Redemption 1 Remake is in development.