QLOC, a leading Polish company supporting game developers and publishers all over the world, opens its new studio in Gdańsk.
On April 5, 2018, QLOC, a company engaged in the development of video games (porting, co-development, remastering), Quality Assurance (functional, certification, compatibility and language tests) and localization (translations, audio recordings), opened its new studio in Gdańsk.
QLOC moves into Alchemia office complex in Trójmiasto with a team of dedicated experts, who will introduce new employees into the company’s projects and work culture. The new studio was opened by a team of over a dozen people, who will focus on new development projects.
– We are very happy with the start of our office in Gdansk and we are looking forward to the first results of its work – said Adam Piesiak, President of QLOC. – We chose Trójmiasto because of the attractiveness of the location, the ease of relocation of employees from other cities in Poland and abroad, and above all because of the qualifications of the local specialists. The new employees will fully contribute to our development department. The team will be headed by our long-standing producer – Piotr Aleksandrow.
2018 is a very important year for QLOC. The company is currently working on large, yet unannounced projects, including the Nintendo Switch platform.
QLOC cooperates with such companies as: Warner Bros. Interactive, Bandai Namco Entertainment, Capcom, Six Foot and IO Interactive, working on such titles as: Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen (PC version), Tales of Zestiria (PS4 and PC), Devil May Cry series (Xbox One and PS4), Resident Evil 4 and 6 (PC), RiME (PC and Xbox One), Injustice 2 (PC) and many, many more.