The developer of Unreal and Gears of War cliff Bleszinski renounced the gaming industry

The announcement came in response to a comment one of the users of Twitter.

The announcement came in response to a comment one of the users of Twitter.

Cliff Bleszinski, who gamers will remember for his work on the Unreal series and Gears of War, doesn’t want to make video games.
What is known

The announcement came in response to a comment one of the users of Twitter, who was unhappy with the closing of the Lawbreakers and money spent. Bleszinski said that the investment of the players went to pay salaries to employees of the deceased Boss Key Productions, then as the developers have not been paid for two years. At the end of a response “tweet” cliff stated that he no longer wants to do video games.

“I understand that you’re sad, but God, here is a de**mo — another reason why I will never make another game,” wrote Bleszinski.

I paid my employees, their 401ks, and their health care – even months after the studio folded. So they could care for their families.I didn’t take a salary myself for two years.I get you’re sad, but god, this kinda shit is another reason I am NEVER making another game. https://t.co/RtS7l5WcAl
— Cliff Bleszinski (@therealcliffyb) November 15, 2018.

After leaving Epic Games cliff founded Boss Key Productions and released Lawbreakers a failure. The last project the designer was Radical Heights that never got out of beta, receiving bad reviews.
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