Telltale Games Has Laid Off The Rest of its Staff

Telltale Games Has Laid Off The Rest of its Staff

Despite their closure, it's clear that we haven't heard the last of Telltale.

The Walking Dead isn't the only game whose status is now unknown; all of Telltale's other titles are now on hold, including the second season of the popular 2013 title The Wolf Among Us.

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After the breaking news that Telltale Games was coming to an end, they revealed that they'd kept a small portion of the team to finish off the last episode of The Walking Dead: The Final Season. The "skeleton crew" of around 25 employees was let go today. As a result of this inability to complete the promised content, sales of The Walking Dead: The Final Season have been indefinitely halted across digital platforms. According to the report, there are many factors that contributed to the studio's implosion-among them a lack of finances, major mismanagement, a lawsuit from former CEO Kevin Bruner and the loss of potential investors.

Noel went on to clarify that not everyone got laid off, just her team. "I'm not concerned at the moment with telling that story in the comics". Some insiders have accused former CEO and co-founder Kevin Brunera - a highly abrasive personality, according to several anonymous accounts - as playing a major role in numerous most destructive changes within the company and cultivating a "culture of fear". As this story continues to unfold be sure to keep an eye on TechRaptor. The studio's troubles have only doubled down since the unexpected closure, including former employees rightfully taking legal action against the studio. What are your thoughts on The Walking Dead The Final Season?

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