Rumor: Atomic Games “pretty much dead”

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 8 August 2009 17:00 GMT

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An unnamed source has told IndustryGamers that Atomic Games has laid off all but about a dozen staff members at its Raleigh, North Carolina offices.

“The remaining team is basically a skeleton cleanup crew that will be gone soon too,” stated the source, adding that the firm is “pretty much dead”.

Atomic Games announced earlier this week that it had let some staffers go due to not finding funding for Six Days in Fallujah.

No word on the exact number of redundancies was made available.

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