Dundee-based Proper Games to develop Crackdown 2 PDLC

By Johnny Cullen, Wednesday, 16 June 2010 20:09 GMT

Crackdown 2

Its been announced that Dundee-based studio Proper Games will develop premium DLC for Crackdown 2.

The developer will team up with Ruffian Games to create the content.

“We are very excited and honoured to be working with Ruffian and Microsoft on Crackdown 2 PDLC,” said COO of Proper Games, Chris Wright.

“Proper Games have shown their ability to extend an existing franchise, we are excited to be working with these guys,” said Ruffian CEO, Gary Liddon.

“There are good reasons why publishers turn to the Scottish games industry for projects like Crackdown 2 and we are very proud to be part of this great franchise,” added Paddy Sinclair, CEO of Proper.

No news was given on what the first DLC would contain.

Crackdown 2 releases on July 9 in the UK, with the demo releasing on Monday.

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