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Sony Online Entertainment is closed

Representatives of Sony Online Entertainment confirmed the alarming rumors that have appeared on the web last night. Representatives of Sony Online Entertainment confirmed the alarming rumors that have appeared on the web last night. The company is really prepared for major restructuring. It has already closed three studios in Seattle, Denver and Tuck

Representatives of Sony Online Entertainment confirmed the alarming rumors that have appeared on the web last night. The company is really prepared for major restructuring. It has already closed three studios in Seattle, Denver and Tucson. In addition, no work will more than half of the staff offices SOE, based in Austin. In total, the company plans to cut about one-third. Such action Sony Online have an unpleasant surprise, because at first glance, the case the company goes well. The other day it launched the PlayStation 3 MMORPG Free Realms, and in January on the PC and PS3 came out DC Universe Online, which, as President John Smedley SOE and the pace of sales surpassed all previous projects Publishers. Officials Sony Online has not yet given comment on the reasons for this unexpected reform. Tags: MMORPG, layoffs

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