Bad news for Hangar 13. As recently reported by Kotakuthe studio best known for its work on Mafia III and the recent Mafia: Definitive Edition has recently had to lay off nearly 50 employees of its Californian office, out of 87 total. More layoffs would have hit the other two Hangar 13 locations, but no numbers were provided in this case. The parent company 2K confirmed this, defining the current situation “A difficult but also promising period of transition” and reiterating his confidence in the work of the development studio. It is worth mentioning that a few weeks ago it was to say goodbye to the offices Haden Blackmanfounder of the Californian reality.
Currently, Hangar 13 is working on a new title set in the narrative universe of Mafia, which according to some rumors will be set in Sicily. Curiously, it appears that the studio is also working on a game of golf.