Disney Interactive will no longer self publish console games. Avalanche Software is closing down and Disney Infinity will soon come to an end.
Infinity didn't quite perform as well as Disney had hoped, and in their latest earnings report it notes that quarterly revenue for its Consumer Products and Interactive Media division fell by two percent to $1.2 billion.
Disney Infinity's general manager, John Blackburn, took to a blog post to thank fans for their support and thank the teams who made the game.
"...And as we turn to the next chapter in our story, I want to thank everyone who helped bring Disney Infinity to life, particularly Disney’s Glendale-based production and publishing teams, our external development partners, and of course the incredible Avalanche team for their tireless dedication to this project."
According to the Wall Street Journal around 300 jobs have been axed at Avalanche.
This doesn't necessarily mean the end of Disney games, as the company can still license out titles to other developers and publishers.
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