Telltale Games reportedly lays off remaining 25 employees

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Developments for the fate of Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season have been all over the plac.e. An estimated 225-250 employees were let go, many without any sort of severance or aid.

Further clarification was added that while the team that she was a part of was let go there are a few people still working at Telltale but "not many". "Nah, jk, we all just got laid off, too", Noel writes in her tweet.

Various outlets such as GI.biz have reached out to Telltale for comment, and have yet to receive a reply.

Be sure to check out our review for Episode 2 of The Walking Dead's Final Season, which is available now on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. While he has stressed points in the past that he likes to keep each of the mediums separate as to allow for slightly different stories to prosper, he played along for a moment. It isn't yet clear how many employees remain, or what this means for Minecraft: Story Mode.

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A class action lawsuit filed by one employee alleges that the company violated federal and California law when it terminated so many of its employees without notice. The current status of the episode, according to the sources, is that "a first round of voice work for the main characters is already recorded and a first review of a playable version is planned for sometime around the end of September".

"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe", Rachel Noel wrote, paraphrasing Blade Runner.

Especially after the massive success of "The Walking Dead", the company expanded rapidly and became an especially noxious perpetrator of numerous worst sorts of trends endemic to the game development industry - a chaotic and workplace where miscommunication ran rampant and "crunch" conditions of 20-hour days and 100-plus hour weeks became the norm.

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