Team Bondi has closed it’s doors and has been placed into administration.
The latest news after the jump.
After months of allegations and negative press about the developers along with speculation that Rockstar would not publish it’s next game, Team Bondi has shut it’s doors and been placed into administration. The company was rumoured to be selling off intellectual properties and assests not pertaining to LA Noire to studio, KMM. Speaking of KMM, employees of Team Bondi have been merged into that studio in its Dr. D Studio division.
What a sad day for a developer that released a critically-acclaimed game only months ago.
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