Unity temporarily closes offices and cancels CEO meeting after receiving ‘potential threat’

Software company Unity has closed two of its offices for the remainder of the week and cancelled a town hall meeting that was planned for today following what Bloomberg initially reported was a credible death threat made in the wake of a controversial price plan change announced earlier this week.

“Today, we have been made aware of a potential threat to some of our offices,” a Unity spokesperson confirmed in a statement sent to PC Gamer. “We have taken immediate and proactive measures to ensure the safety of our employees, which is our top priority. We are closing our offices today and tomorrow that could be potential targets for this threat, and are fully cooperating with law enforcement on the investigation.”

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