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Submitted by BaltimoreGamer 985d ago | news

Big Huge Games and 38 Studios layoffs after Missing Payroll

BaltimoreGamer sources confirmed both 38 studios and Big Huge Games announced layoffs across both companies. Our information was later confirmed when multiple employees via Facebook and LinkedIn updated their job status to “Ended work at Big Huge Games” and the same was noticed for some at 38 studios. (38 Studios, Big Huge Games, Industry, Kingdoms Of Amalur: Reckoning, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning - Teeth of Naros)

fOrlOnhOpe57  +   985d ago
Thats really sad news. Kingdoms of Amalur is one of my favourite games this gen, thus far.
Nodoze  +   984d ago
Shame. While I liked Kingdoms, I was really looking forward to their MMORPG.

I think it is safe to assume that it will never happen at this point.
BaltimoreGamer  +   983d ago
Yes very sad! Being friends with the guys at the local company makes you want to cheer for them even harder.

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