Source claims layoffs related to publisher contract falling through.
By Tim Colwill on March 6, 2013 at 12:40 pm
Speaking to Polygon, TimeGate president Adel Chavele said that “today, we had to make the difficult decision to let go of some great game developers. This is never easy, and we’re doing all we can to assist those developers affected.”
“TimeGate is preparing, as is the entire industry, for the transition to next-generation consoles and new business models. As part of this reinvention, all projects and strategic initiatives continue to move forward at the studio.”
Polygon is reporting that an internal source claims the layoffs are related to a publishing contract falling through — which many are speculating is likely connected to the poor reception of Colonial Marines.