Harmonix laid off a handful of employees today, a spokesperson told Polygon
"We can confirm that a small number of Harmonix employees were let go today," the spokesperson said. "This decision was made due to shifting staffing priorities for Harmonix's multiple future projects."
In March, Harmonix secured investment
from venture capital firm The Foundry Group, which confirmed Harmonix was working on three new games using variations of player input, beyond standard keyboard and mouse controls. This month Harmonix snagged BioShock 2
lead designer Zak McClendon as a design director, superannuation
cited today from McClendon's LinkenIn profile