CI Games cuts 10% of jobs

CI Games cuts 10% of jobs

Polish publisher CI Games is cutting ten per cent of its workforce. reports that staff posting to LinkedIn have claimed that most of the company's marketing team has been chopped. The cuts have also affected some of CI Games' developers, such as Lords of the Fallen maker Hexworks and Underdog of Sniper Ghost Warrior fame.

The publisher has confirmed the news.

"To preserve business strength and stability, CI Games has made the tough but necessary decision to implement a targeted round of redundancies, affecting approximately 10% of employees across the company," CEO Marek Tymiński said.

"We would like to thank each of them for the part they’ve played during their time with us. Further business optimisations are being made to the organisation's pipelines and processes."

This comes in the wake of a rather successful 2023 for CI Games; the company's Lords of the Fallen sold over one million copies within its first ten days on sale, though the title was its most expensive project to date.

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