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About Epic Games Poland

Established in 2002, Epic Games Poland, formerly known as People Can Fly, is known for recent titles such as Gears of War: Judgment and Bulletstorm (an original, Unreal Engine 3-powered onslaught of ‘kill with skill’ gameplay and blockbuster moments published in 2011.) The studio made its mark on the shooter genre with its award-winning Painkiller series of games for PC and Xbox prior to shipping Epic’s Gears of War for PC. Epic Games Poland is currently working in conjunction with Epic Games headquarters as part of the team developing Epic’s next big blockbuster: Fortnite.

About Poland And Warsaw

As a member of the European Union since 2004, Poland is a modern (and constantly evolving) country with a blend of history and culture unlike anywhere else in Europe. Despite being heavily affected by the wars of the 20th century, Poland has not only recovered, but become one of the fastest-growing economies in the EU. Framed by the Baltic Sea to the north and the sweeping Tatra Mountains to the south, Poland’s landscape holds something for everyone. Gdańsk, which attracts tourist from all over Europe with its sandy shores and Baltic amber, makes a great summer destination. As the snow arrives plan the perfect winter ski trip to the southern resort town of Zakopane. For the history enthusiast be sure to visit Krakow, the old capital or explore any of the 14 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Poland.

Cultural Info

Warsaw is everything you would expect from a modern European capital – full of history, charm, and efficient public transport. Beneath its rapidly expanding skyline you’ll find the best of what modern living has to offer. Poland’s capital boasts a myriad of festivals year round, including the Chopin and Warsaw International Film Festival. Explore world-class museums like the Copernicus Science Centre and Warsaw Uprising Museum, or wander the streets of the charming Old Town, meticulously rebuilt following the WWII. As a growing cosmopolitan city Warsaw attracts a growing number of the international events such as the Euro 2012 football championships. In 2013 Warsaw saw performances from artists including Cypress Hill and Roger Waters to Depeche Mode and Beyonce.

Warsaw has other things in its offer as charming old town vibe, good food and shopping, great cultural scene, and an excellent nightlife. And best of all, Poland remains as a country with a fairly low cost of living, which of course means you have more chances to enjoy what it has to offer!

Forget the stereotypes and give Poland a try – you’ll be surprised, and you won’t regret it!