Published on October 25th, 2016 | by cinderboy


Gameforge – European publisher quits mobile gaming and lays off staff

[Source] Gameforge, the European publisher of Aion and TERA, announced it has moved away from mobile games after performing less successful in the market than expected. Around 90 employees, one-fifth of the total staff, were apparently let go. CEO Alexander Rösner claims there are now more “interesting opportunities” in PC gaming. Gameforge is now working on Soul Worker.


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*And closes down.
Hopefully will follow soon.


Why? – That’s peoples jobs on the line -why would you wish someone unemployment? Because you don’t like how your game is?


Because they suck at their jobs?
Because they’re a bunch of greedy cunts who love p2w?
Because games that only rot in their hands can have a new future in the hands of another studio should gameforge close down and be forced to sell it’s assets?
Because i can?

They can find another job, gaming industry is a mean bitch and they have failed.
Tera alone is enough proof, it thrives in NA to this day, while it always only slowly rotted and crumbled under gameforge.


eh look at what we have here, a couple of haters, downvoting merkadis (upvoted for truth btw) gameforge sux


Lets hope no one ever wishes you lose your job, but you’re probably underage or live in your mommy basement.

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