According to the company, the layoffs will not affect current game development.
High Voltage Software VP, Eric Nofsinger has confirmed via GameSpot that the studio has laid off 25 employees. A studio representative confirmed in an IGN report that "based on our current production requirements and predictions of what is needed for the remainder of 2010." "These changes are necessary to bring our organization to a healthy operational size."
Nofsinger, however, stated that these decisions will not affect the development of current games. Some of these include The Conduit 2 for the Wii and the multi-platform The Grinder. "No other reductions are expected", concludes Nofsinger.
High Voltage Software's most recent release was the fighting title, Tournament of Legends for Wii last month.