Telltale has had a rocky fiscal year. After laying off a quarter of its staff the stated it would be refocusing itself for quantity titles over quantity. With more effort going into the final season of The Walking Dead and the recently announced Stranger Things title. However, things have started to surface again with the former CEO suing for damages.

Kevin Burns serves as Telltale CEO from 2015-2017 and filed a suit based that the company owed him informational support when selling his holdings in common and preferred stock. Burns has claimed after being ousted from Telltale the board didn’t give him the information necessary to maximize sales.

The Verge reached out to Telltale Games stating that the company is “is now working to turn around the decline that it experienced under Plaintiff’s stewardship.” and Telltale has “no comments to share at this time, as this is an ongoing legal matter.”

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