Raven Software, the developer most recently responsible for action game Singularity, has been hit with huge staff cuts.
That's according to Kotaku - citing sources "directly affected by the layoffs - claiming that as many as 40 employees have been axed following the completion of its latest project.
Sources say these cuts are a result of the developer's decision to focus on downloadable content. Activision is less specific in its response to the report:
"With the recent completion of Singularity, Raven Software is realigning its workforce to better reflect the studio's upcoming slate," said a rep.
In addition to the recent Singularity, the studio was previously responsible for Wolfenstein, X-Men Origins, Quake 4 and Marvel: Ultimate Alliance.