Amazon has confirmed that it has fired "dozens" of game developers from Amazon Game Studios in the midst of a reorganization and has reportedly canceled some unannounced games, according to Koktaku.
The fired game at the end of this week's E3 in LA, and an Amazon spokesperson said Kotaku that "Amazon Game Studios is reorganizing some of our teams to enable us to prioritize the development of New world, Melting potand new unannounced projects that we would like to unveil in the future. "
"These moves are the result of regular business planning cycles where we align resources with evolving long-term priorities. We work closely with all employees affected by these changes to help them find new roles within Amazon. Amazon is highly committed to games and continues to invest heavily in Amazon Game Studios, Twitch, Twitch Prime, AWS, our retail companies and other areas within Amazon. "
The company has not indicated how many people resigned, and according to Kotaku sources, it has also canceled a number of unannounced games.
Amazon launched its gaming division in 2014, with developer Double Helix, hired designers Kim Swift and Clint Hocking (although they left the company in 2015 and in 2017) and started working on a PC game. More recently, Amazon ended the development on one announced game Break away and maybe some cloud gaming service has started,