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CyberConnect2 to shutter Montreal studio

The Canadian subsidiary closes its doors after being in operation for seven years

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CyberConnect 2 has announced that it will close its Montreal studio by the end of July.

The Canadian expansion was originally established in 2016.

"CyberConnect 2 will continue to grow and move forward with the experience we have gained in Montreal. Thank you for your understanding, and we look forward to your continued support and guidance," the company said in its announcement on Twitter.

As of writing, CyberConnect2's company website lists its head office, Tokyo Studio, and the Montreal Studio, with a workforce total of 263.

It's unknown how many employees will be affected by the Canadian studio shutting down.

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