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Friday, 04 October 2013 07:35

Capcom Europe facing restructure

Written by David Stellmack

Jobs will be lost amid all of the recent failures

It isn’t a good time to be a Capcom Europe employee. Capcom Europe is going under a major restructuring and jobs will be lost. After all of the recent string of failures by Capcom such as DmC: Devil May Cry, Resident Evil 6, and Lost Planet 3 change is coming and it will not be kind.

The restructuring comes hot on the heels the restructure in Capcom North America. Sources are suggesting to us that those in the European arm could see as many as half of the jobs made redundant. Many of the jobs in the European office will be merged.

Capcom is still going, but it needs some of its triple AAA releases to do much better than those that have been released of late. The Xbox One exclusive, Dead Rising 3 should have the potential to do very well since it is an Xbox One exclusive that will be released launch day. We will have to take a wait a see with Capcom because we don’t really know what they have in the pipeline that looks like a hit for the publisher beyond Dead Rising 3.

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