The studio behind Rock Band and the early Guitar Hero games has laid off 14 of its employees.
That’s according to Gamasutra, which says that the job losses at the Boston-based developer were across multiple departments.
According to a spokesperson for Harmonix, the layoffs were made “to reduce our overhead and align our business with our current development slate.”
The statement continues: “This was a difficult decision and we’re grateful to our friends and former colleagues for their many contributions,” the statement continues. “We’re working to ensure that they’re taken care of as we make this change."
Harmonix says that it has a number of unannounced projects in the works, while work continues on its flagship Rock Band franchise. Maybe one day we’ll see that on PC, who knows.