Floyd is a video game company that created the first-person shooter genre.
It was acquired by EA in 2013 for $400 million.
The game has since released on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.
The company was founded in 2005 by Ryan Williams and Ryan Dahlgren, and they made an ambitious promise to the industry: They’d make a game that would become the best-selling video game on the Nintendo DS.
The team went about it with some success, releasing the critically acclaimed game Super Mario 3D World in 2011 and 2012.
That same year, the company went back to its roots with its first video game, the third-person action game Call of Duty: Black Ops.
Since then, the series has been sold on Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo platforms.
The last installment in the series, Call of Juarez: Gunslinger, was released in February 2016.
The following year, however, the game was pulled from Steam, despite the company’s promise that it would be available on Xbox One.
Now, it appears that Floyd may have gone out of business after all.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Floyd is shutting down, citing unnamed sources.
A Floyd representative told The Verge that the company has closed.
“Floyd Games is in the process of closing its doors for good.
We have been in business since 2006, and have been successful in making a lot of great games,” the representative said.
“Our focus for the next several years will be developing other titles.
We’re grateful for all of the fans that have supported us over the years and look forward to working with you again in the future.”