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Spark Unlimited stops video games and fires employees

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Spark Unlimited, the studio at the origin of Lost Planet 3 or even Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, definitively stops the development of video games and, as a result, has dismissed all of its employees.

Known for developing Legendary, Lost Planet 3 and Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, the American development studio Spark Unlimited definitively stops its activity in the field of video games. John Butrovich, an employee of the company, confirmed the news to the Polygon site, stressing that "It's the end of Spark as a game developer."

Spark Unlimited logo "height =" 104 "width =" 239It is emphasized that the founders of the studio "Have decided to focus on other things". Consequently, all employees were laid off. Butrovich said the free to play game being developed at the studio has been canceled, as have other internal projects.

It is however raised that all the members of Spark Unlimited will continue to work together, but on projects outside the video game. As a reminder, Spark Unlimited was formed in 2002 and Call of Duty: The Day of Glory was their first game designed in 2004.