It seems that the great adventure of Cliff Bleszinki is (again) come to its conclusion. Gears of War’s dad had thought of retiring for the first time, after the goodbye to Epic Games, but some time ago he dedicated himself to Boss Key Productions, for the LawBreakers project. Project that, as you will know by now, is however shipwrecked, bringing also the goodbye to the newly created team.
The vitriolic words of Cliffy B
L & amp; # 8217; author has had, in the past few hours, discussions on Twitter, when a fan has asked whether or not refunds are expected for players who have supported LawBreakers.
Bleszinski explained that:
I paid my employees, their 401ks, and their health care & # 8211; even months after the study folded. I know they could care for their families.
I did not get a salary myself for two years.
I get you & # 39; re sad, but god, this kinda shit is another reason I am NEVER making another game. https://t.co/RtS7l5WcAl
& Amp; mdash; Cliff Bleszinski (@therealcliffyb) November 15, 2018
If, at first, his words could have seemed rash, colleagues at GamesIndustry.biz have instead picked up the dry confirmation. To their microphones, Bleszinki simply stated: & # 8220; I ended up with videogames. & Amp; # 8221;
C & amp; # 8217; it’s more: on his account, the author also shared an image that says a lot about what you think of working in the videogame industry. In fact, we read: & # 8220; give a game to a man and spend the rest of the day playing. Teach a man to make a game and will not play one more for the rest of his life. & Amp; # 8221;
& Amp; mdash; Cliff Bleszinski (@therealcliffyb) November 16, 2018
Love and hate?
In the past few months, we had seen a Cliff Bleszinki who had difficulty opening up on the question of farewell to LawBreakers, but not close to retirement. At first the author had made fun of the social media, saying that he had sang too early for his return to the track; then, he had said that writing his autobiography had helped him a lot to close that unhappy chapter of his life.
Now, instead, we arrive at the announcement of the goodbye. Will there be room for a new change of mind by Bleszkinski or the videogame industry have to do without his creativity and talents?
Sources: Twitter, GamesIndustry.biz
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