Behaviour Interactive cutting 95 more jobs

Behaviour Interactive cutting 95 more jobs

Dead by Daylight maker Behaviour Interactive is laying off 95 members of staff. 

In a press release on its website, the company said that 70 of these job cuts would be at the firm's Montreal headquarters. Behaviour pointed to its massive growth in recent years; five years ago the company employed 575 people, but has a headcount of around 1,300 today. 

This news comes just five months after Behaviour announced that it was laying off 45 workers, all of whom were located in Montreal.  

"I would like to express my deep personal appreciation for any employee affected by today’s changes," CEO and co-founder Rémi Racine said. 

"While changes to our structure and strategic vision have led to challenging decisions, we are confident that these decisions will position us for continued success.

"As we begin the next phase of Behaviour's growth, our commitment to excellence in our products and workplace culture remains steadfast."

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