Homefront: The Revolution, the game developed by Crytek UK for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, seems to be in serious trouble. As you know, we have been writing about alleged problems at Crytek: staff leaving the studio, Ryse sequel cancelled, CryEngine not working as expected, etc… and now another problem appears to fly over Crytek.
According to Kotaku, Homefront: The Revolution’s game director Hasit Zala has resigned from his role. As if this were not enough, development manager Ben Harris left the studio this month. In fact, his Linkedin profile reflects this, listing the role as a past work experience.
These are not good times for Crytek…
Via | Joystiq