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Job losses at Radical Forge as studio announces ‘restructuring’

North East-based alternative games studio Radical Forge has announced job cuts as part of a “restructuring” at the firm which was founded in 2017 by technical artist Bruce Slater and Unity engineer Freddie Babord.

Announcing the cuts on Twitter, Radical Forge said a “handful” of people would have contracts terminated earlier than anticipated, and added that the company “will do everything we can to ease the situation of anyone affected and help them find alternative roles.”

Radical Forge has rapidly evolved over the last seven years into a powerhouse team of over 60 individuals. Its latest original IP release, a chaotic, physics-based farming game called Southfield, won critical acclaim and recognition across titles such as IGN, TechRadar and GamesRadar.

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