Bad news for anyone who enjoyed last year's Turok game on PC, PS3 or Xbox 360 - word is the sequel has been cancelled.

That's according to Kotaku, which reported Disney Interactive is making around 70 employees redundant from developer Propaganda Games.

Turok 2 was never officially announced, but apparently it was one of two projects in development. Propaganda will continue to work on the other one, and there are still job ads on its website.

Disney exec Steve Wadsworth has since confirmed the report, stating that the company is looking for ways to increase efficiency "given economic conditions". Along with redundancies, these will include a freeze on hiring new staff, reductions in travel and entertainment expenses and no pay rises for top execs.

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