Eden Studios, the developer of Test Drive Unlimited and 2006's Alone in the Dark, has officially been closed. This comes as the end of a long closure process that began with layoffs in 2011.
Most of the staff was laid off in the summer of 2011, causing the rest to go on a (largely symbolic) strike and subsequently move on. Atari signaled the studio's closure in May of last year, when it was being prepared for "divestment," but said it hadn't been closed yet.
Eurogamer reports that it was finally closed in January of this year. Its final game, released in 2011, was Test Drive Unlimited 2.