As the games industry continues to tumble, Take-Two reportedly looks to sell – or shutter – its indie label Private Division | Gaming

Take-Two only just laid off 5% of its staff in April, but it’s now reportedly looking to shift its indie publishing label Private Division, whether by selling it or simply closing it.

Back in April, Take-Two announced it was laying off around 500 staff, and the following month saw a report that the studios behind Rollerdrome and Kerbal Space Program 2 were both being shut down too. Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick claims this didn’t happen, despite evidence to the contrary, and a new report from IGN states that not only are these closures “imminent” but they’re a “part of a larger move by Take-Two to either sell off or shut down the entirety of its indie label, Private Division.” IGN claims it was able to independently confirm that Kerbal Space Program dev Intercept Games is set to close on June 28, with Roll7 also winding down, with a small team remaining to tie up loose ends.

When it comes to Private Division, though, it’s a bit of a different story. IGN reports that in February, employees were told layoffs were coming, but no details on how many, why, or what was…


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