Insurgency developer New World Interactive has been affected by Embracer layoffs

New World Interactive has been hit with layoffs amid Embracer Group’s restructuring program. 

The studio, which is owned by Saber Interactive (a subsidary of Embracer Group) is arguably best known for its work on tactical multiplayer shooters Insurgency and Insurgency: Sandstorm. While one Twitter post shared yesterday (December 4) by Second Wind Group co-founder and content director Nick Calandra (ahead of the official announcement) suggested that the studio could be facing permanent closure, as Eurogamer reports,  Saber has since clarified that this is not the case. Instead, it called it a “restructuring”.

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