Electronic Arts announced currently that they’ll be laying a series of employees.
The association has not suggested a specifics—how many, that studios—but they have pronounced that EA Mobile Montreal will be strike hard
“EA is heightening a concentration to yield games for new platforms and mobile,” an EA repute sensitive Polygon. “In some cases this involves shortening group sizes as we develop into a some-more fit organization. These are formidable decisions to let go of good people who have done critical contributions to EA, and whenever probable we retrain or immigrate employees to new roles. Streamlining a operations will assistance safeguard EA is bringing a best next-generation games to players around a world.”
This outlines a second turn of layoffs by EA in 2013. EA Montreal and their Los Angeles studios both faced layoffs in February.