Robot Entertainment announced that it is nearing the end of the Orcs Must Die! Unchained, Hero Academy, and Hero Academy 2.
“We’ve kept these games for a while, without any financial gain,” the developers said, according to pcgamer. “Unfortunately, we can not continue to do that, we must concentrate and invest in the future.”
The truth is that the Hero Academy is a fairly old game, it came in 2012, while Robot Entertainment has stopped working with him for a long time. On the other hand, Hero Academy 2 and Orcs Must Die! Unchained made their appearance relatively recently. All three games will be available until April 8th.
This move comes just months after the dismissal of 30 employees, a change that the company described as a strategic move after it had decided to focus on a new game and not on two as it had previously stated. As a result, several staff members were left over.
Uniquely good news is that there will be no other redundancies. The company even announced that it intends to deal with two new projects. But are the people that fired going to return?