FoxNext-owned narrative sport studio Fogbank Leisure has been close down via Disney, in step with a record via GamesBeat.
The closure will reportedly lead to round 60 layoffs, and springs as Disney seems to be to license out its homes to different studios somewhat than expand titles in-house.
The inside track come days after Disney bought the majority of FoxNext to cellular writer Scopely, however it kind of feels like Storyscape developer Fogbank wasn’t integrated in that deal.
Even though Disney, which got FoxNext as a part of its greater Fox acquisition, hasn’t formally showed the scoop, a post on the Storyscape Twitter account defined the identify might be completely close down on February three, 2020, indicating one thing is going on in the back of the scenes.
“To our longtime enthusiasts, we remorseful about to tell you that Storyscape will completely close down on February three, 2020. Starting as of late (January 25, 2020), you are going to not have the ability to make in-game purchases,” reads the tweet.
“All the staff at Fogbank Leisure want to thanks in your interest for our sport. We are hoping that you just’ve loved Storyscape and thanks for making our time with you so implausible.”