Ghostbusters: The Video Game developer Terminal Reality appears to have closed, judging by a Facebook post of an ex-employee.
A message posted by the firm's ex-art director Jesse Sosa (spotted by Gamasutra) states that Terminal Reality "seems to have finally shut down".
"A lot of different emotions are passing through me at the moment," wrote Sosa. "I left there when I saw things going downhill but I have always kept up with them and hoped for the best. Now that they're gone, I'm just kind of feeling nostalgic it seems. I hope they all land on their feet. Most of those guys are still like family to me. I know a good amount are on their way to Austin, so at least I'll be seeing them soon."
Terminal Reality's website currently features a holding page stating that it is "doing renovations" before directing users on to its official Facebook page, which hasn't been updated since October.
The studio has yet to officially state whether it has or has not been closed, or how many employees have been affected.
Terminal Reality was founded in October 1994, and started out developing PC titles Terminal Velocity and Monster Truck Madness. The studio later went on to develop 2009's Ghostbusters, Kinect Star Wars and BloodRayne. Its latest release, The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, launched in March this year.
VideoGamer.com has contacted the studio for additional details on its current status.
Source: facebook.com, gamasutra.com