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After almost 10 years at Danish independent studio Playdead, co-founder Dino Patti has left to seek new challenges, he announced on Twitter this morning.
Patti co-founded Playdead back in 2006 alongside Arnt Jensen, going on to release indie hit Limbo in 2010 and most recently the acclaimed Inside just last month.
Playdead has grown to a team of more than 25, though the studio’s next project hasn’t been announced.