Take-Two to get rid of Private Division

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According to IGN magazine sources, the publisher has been fired Take-Two Interactive majority of its subsidiary’s employees Private division. It is now on the verge of closure and the possibility of a sale is still being discussed. Anonymous sources confirm to IGN the end of both Private Division studios. Roll7 And Interception Games.

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Take-Two’s intention to close teams Roll7 (Roller rink, OlliOlli series) a Game interception (The Kerbal 2 space program) has been de facto confirmed by many sources, including US and UK authorities, since early May. The first studio should have already experienced a major wave of layoffs, and confirmation of its completion is just a formality. For Intercept, perhaps only Kerbal Space Program 2, the publisher was supposed to look for a buyer, but negotiations with Paradox Interactive failed. It is currently unclear if any negotiations are ongoing. If the sale of Intercept doesn’t happen by June 28th, all the developers will be fired and the studio will likely officially close.

The new information also seems to clarify the words. Strauss Zelnikthe head of Take-Two, who stated that “The company named did not close the studios.” They have yet to close.

Bloomberg reported a month ago that cuts at Take-Two would mainly affect the private division and that the company could lose most of its employees. According to a report from IGN, this has already happened and the publisher has been cut to the bone to produce games under contract. Tales of the Shire from Weta Workshop, an unannounced game from Game Freak and No peace for the wicked from Moon Studios, which recently entered early access. Plans to release games from Bloober Team and One More Level have been cancelled.

A private investor associated with Private Division is said to be interested in buying it. Moon Studios. While this would ensure the “survival” of the rest of the team, IGN’s sources point to reports of very poor working conditions for the writers. Ori and they fear a similar future for the publishing team. One source reports that reality is even worseotherwise the bosses are in the Moon cruel and working with them nightmare.

Source : Zing

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