Pseudo Interactive closes down

Full Auto developer shuts following layoffs and the scrapping of several projects

Pseudo Interactive, the company behind the Full Auto series of videogames, has decided to cease operations, according to reports.

The company had been working on titles for Eidos, but those were recently scrapped by the publisher, leading to a number of layoffs.

The Toronto-based developer had made no statement at the time of writing, with 15 open job postings still listed on their official site, although it's not clear when it was last updated.

Eidos has not yet made any comment on the story.

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