Minerva's Den DLC team go indie

Former Bioshock devs form The Fullbright Company

Three developers behind Bioshock2 DLC, Minerva’s Den, have formed their own indie studio, The Fullbright Company.

Steve Gaynor, Johannemann Nordhagen, and Karla Zimonova left 2K in the hopes of recreating the development process they used for Minerva’s Den.

"We got a chance to tell a story of our own in the world of Rapture when we collaborated closely on Minerva’s Den, work we’re very proud of," reads the announcement on the Fullbright blog.

"Basically, in our time apart after that project, we missed it. We missed working on a small team, on a small project, focused on telling a personal story in a player-driven way. We wanted to do that again."

The Portland team broke the news over twitter, and followed shortly with news of their first project.

"We’re working on a firstperson noncombat game for PC, all about exploring a place & discovering what happened there," said Steve Gaynor via twitter.

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