Sega will continue to "pursue external" developers for future projects. Iron Man 2 wrapped up before Sega Studios San Francisco closed.
"Sega of America is sad to announce the closure of Sega Studios San Francisco,” said a rep for the publisher, informing . This confirms last week's rumour.
“It is an immensely talented studio and we wish all the best to all of the staff in all their future endeavors. Moving forward, Sega will continue to pursue external development opportunities all over the world and will continue to grow the renowned Sega brand."
The studio, formerly known as Secret Level, apparently concluded all their work on the latest Iron Man 2 videogame before receiving their redundancy. Sega seems eager to bolster itself as a third-party publisher than trust internal teams to deliver.
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