Canadian developer Behaviour Interactive has joined the ranks of video games trade firms chopping their worker numbers.
Phrase that the Dying by Daylight studio was making layoffs first broke via Kotaku, which reported that 45 workers had misplaced their jobs earlier in January. Behaviour has now confirmed the news to GamesIndustry.biz, saying that that is simply three per cent of its whole workforce.
“Lately, altering market circumstances necessitated adjusting the scope of a number of Behaviour initiatives,” a Behaviour rep mentioned.
“In these conditions, our choice is at all times to reassign expertise to different initiatives. Sadly, this selection will not be at all times accessible to us. These departures represented lower than three per cent of our whole workforce.”
Solely the corporate’s workers in Montreal are affected, although a number of departments have been impacted.