Deviation Games has laid off a number of developers as Sony reassesses its future projects, as the studio is currently working on a new original AAA game for PlayStation.
he moved Many developers from Deviation Games to LinkedIn To announce their layoffs from their current positions, they include former associate producer Jared Bailey, combat and technical designer Luke Stumpf, and software engineer Kyle Berras.
Not much information was given about the reason for the layoffs, but Perass stated that Deviation Games “faced a difficult situation and had to go through a number of layoffs that I was a part of”, and it is unknown if the layoffs of developers have anything to do with the PlayStation project with Deviation Games and its status. current.
Deviation Games was founded in June 2021 by veterans of Call of Duty developers Jason Blundell and Dave Anthony, who initially revealed the partnership with PlayStation. However, Blondel left the studio after one year in September 2022.
Not much is currently known about the studio’s new title, but it will presumably launch on PlayStation 5. Sony has also invested in more team titles with developers like Haven Studios and Firewalk Studios, so it’s likely that Deviation will be a team game as well.