Capcom's Flagship studio is to be closed as part of the Japanese publisher's streamlining plans.

Flagship to fly at half-mast

The move comes following the closure of its other studios Studio 8 and Clover last year and was confirmed in the company’s end of year financials. Capcom will merge the team into its current operation meaning no jobs should be lost.

Flagship was formed in 1997 and made a number of games for Nintendo including a number of Zelda and Kirby games.

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