Rumour: Disney Is Closing Warren Spector’s Junction Point Studio

We have no official confirmation from Disney yet, but rumours are circulating that Junction Point, the studio behind the Epic Mickey series, is in the process of being closed.

The official twitter feed of Roberts Space Industries, a studio based in Austin, Texas alongside Junction Point, stated the following: “Second 21 gun salute for a studio in 7 days. Fare-the-well Junction Point! We hope that you all find new studios soon!”

Both Epic Mickey and its sequel did relatively well critically speaking, but sales — while solid — didn’t quite match up to expectations. Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two sold just under 300,000 units.

We’ve gotten in contact with local Disney representatives and will update this story when we have official confirmation.

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