According to a report in Gamespot, less than a day after CEO Herve Caen said Interplay was “still here,” the publisher has apparently been shut down by the State of California. Gamespot quotes an Orange County Register’s report from Friday that says California’s Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Labor Standards Enforcement forced the Irvine, CA-based developer-publisher of Fallout to suspend operations.
The closure followed a snap inspection of Interplay’s offices by investigators, who found the company was without workers’ compensation insurance and had not paid employees. According to officials, there were 14 staffers on-site Friday during the inspection, and 79 still on Interplay’s payroll–down nearly 40 since their mid-April financial statements.
Read more at GameSpot.
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