Activision confirms Underground Development closure

By Patrick Garratt, Saturday, 19 April 2008 10:36 GMT

According to this GI report, Activision is definitely closing Underground Development after it finished the PS3 port of Quake Wars, as was rumoured last night.

“Activision is closing its Foster City development studio which had less than 45 employees,” said an Activision spokesperson. “We are currently making efforts to find opportunities for all employees at other Activision studios.”

Sorry about that. Good luck to all involved.

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