Walking Dead: Survival Instinct Developer ‘Terminal Reality’ Shuts Down

Terminal Reality, best known for its work on BloodRayne, Nocturne, and the most recent Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, has reportedly been shut down.

News of the closure was revealed when Jesse Sosa, a former employee of the studio, wrote it on his Facebook page.

“For those that have known me for a long time know that I was at TRI for 10 years. TRI seems to have finally shut down. A lot of different emotions are passing through me at the moment. 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 was based in Texas and this year their Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, published under Activision, was tagged as a commercial flop. If there was anything remotely good about the game, it was perhaps its voice acting.

Other than that the game had poor visuals, dull gameplay and an idea that could have been better executed if given the proper time and consideration.

Source: Gamasutra