The publisher of Private Division, specializing in low- and medium-budget games, has parted with a significant number of employees. This is reported by GamesIndustry with reference to its own sources.

No Rest for the Wicked

According to GamesIndustry, the "vast majority" of people in offices in Seattle, New York, Las Vegas and Munich were fired. Exactly how much is unknown.

Earlier, Bloomberg sources reported on the closure of the Roll7 and Intercept Games studios, which are part of the Private Division.

Most likely, the layoffs at the Private Division, as well as the closure of its subsidiary studios, are part of the large—scale layoffs at Take-Two Interactive. In April, Take-Two Interactive announced its decision to reduce 5% of the staff of the entire company, which is approximately 580 people. With the help of layoffs, she wants to reduce annual expenses by $ 165 million.

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