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Submitted by GMAnton 1553d ago | rumor

Rumor: Mass Layoffs at Blizzard - "Titan" in Trouble?

In light of a news tip received by Joystiq that John Staats, the senior level designer on Blizzard’s secretive Titan project, has been laid-off, there are now reports that other Blizzard employees have had their employment history changed to “Worked at Blizzard Entertainment” over the last 2 days.

A simple Facebook search confirms the findings. Trent Kaniuga (Sr. Concept Artist for Diablo 3), Matt Milizia (Senior Environment Artist), Paul Richards (Concept Artist), Joshua Horst (Producer) and Andrea Toyias (Casting and Voice-Over Director) are just some of the people who’s employment history has been changed recently to indicate that they “Worked” at Blizzard Entertainment. (Activision Blizzard Inc., Blizzard, Industry)

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