Pocket Mortys developer Big Pixel Studios is shutting down

Big Pixel Studios, the developer of the popular Rick & Morty mobile RPG spin-off Pocket Mortys, will be closed. After a Pokemon-like adventure, the studio, which was acquired by Adult Swim in mid-2018, will be closed at the end of 2020 and employees will be absent from work.

According to a report from, about 40 people are affected by the closure.

Developer Laurie James announced the news on Twitter, stating that the team’s next game will not be released. “Some great people here have made something cool,” he said. “Unfortunately, because of capitalism, you can never play it.”

In a statement to, an Adult Swim spokeswoman said the decision was “as part of a greater transformation of WarnerMedia” and IP-based games will continue to be a “priority”. I will continue. “

Pocket Mortys Continued to receive updatesHowever, it is unclear if this will continue.

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