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The Creative Assembly

  • ul. "Business park Sofia" 1, 1766 g.k. Mladost 4, Sofia, Bulgaria


We gather the greatest talent out there, and together craft authentic and detailed experiences of the highest quality.

Creative Assembly is one of Europe's leading games development studios, founded in 1987 and located in West Sussex, UK and in Sofia, Bulgaria.

With a heritage of award-winning AAA titles, including the multi-million selling Total War™ series, Creative Assembly continues to build an impressive portfolio of games with an as-yet unannounced FPS-IP and world-renowned partnerships; with Games Workshop on Total War: WARHAMMER, Twentieth Century Fox on Alien: Isolation, plus 343 Industries and Microsoft on Halo Wars 2.

Creative Assembly has, amassed a wealth of awards including multiple Best Place to Work awards and accolades from BAFTA, Music+Sound and Develop’s Industry Excellence awards.

Creative Assembly houses over 700 creative and talented individuals across our 3 studios, and currently represents 43 nationalities.

We are united through our shared values of Focus, Teamwork, Respect and Trust, which play a crucial part in helping us achieve our goal of quality.

Our values are also a driving force behind our award-winning education and social responsibility programme; The Legacy Project.

Since its foundation six years ago Legacy Project has grown and now holds partnerships with leading organisations such as BAFTA, NextGen Skills Academy, Ukie’s Digital Schoolhouse and ELAM - the East London Academy of Music and Arts.

The Legacy Project has won two industry Education Awards and is widely regarding as leading best practice in industry-led education. Our CA Ambassadors are providing mentorship, developer-led sessions and educational livestreams (CA’s Creative Chronicles), reaching many aspiring developers from across the globe.


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