Dead by Daylight and Fallout Shelter developer Behaviour Interactive has shut down its Santiago studio in Chile.
Gamasutra had independently heard that the studio was shutting, and the company confirmed the closure in a statement given to us - saying that around 30 people had been laid off in the process.
Other members of the Santiago team were offered transfers to Behaviour's main studio in Montreal, Canada, which is where the company intends to focus its attentions moving forward.
"Behaviour’s vision for our current projects and future ambition requires important technological and creative innovations," said the studio's communications manager.
"Our assessment shows the Montreal ecosystem, with its effervescence, its talent pool and training programs, is better suited to achieve our long-term goals. As such, after a long and thoughtful analysis, we have decided to shut down our Santiago studio."