By Tim Colwill on April 5, 2013 at 10:55 am
SEGA have confirmed to Kotaku Australia that their Australian branch will be shutting down.
No more information has been given other than a vague timeframe of “later this year”.
SEGA’s Australian arm was once known as the Australian branch of Creative Assembly, under which name it produced games like Medieval II: Total War and Stormrise.
No reason was given for the closure, but SEGA also folded its Australian marketing and distribution arms in Australia last year citing financial pressures in a tightening market.
Source: Kotaku AU