Sega Closing Five Studios In Europe
Posted on Thursday, June 28 @ 14:57:54 Eastern by Nicholas Tan
Sega Europe COO Jergen Post revealed that the company will be closing a total of five European offices in France, Germany, Spain, Australia, and Benelux by the end of the year. Luckily, the UK studios The Creative Assembly and Sports Interactive have been spared.
This move is not that surprising given that Sega already announced they would streamlining their company in US and Europe, but it is worrisome to see any well-known developers closing down so many studios within the next five months.
Sega will re-focus its efforts on Aliens, Sonic, Total War, and Football Manager as well as their digital downloads:
Jergen Post also commented on how difficult it is to introduce new IPs in the current market:
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