Crytek’s Home Front: The Revolution Game Director Resigns

Crytek and Deep Silver Game Director, Hasit Zala, of Homefront: The Revolution has resigned.

Hasit Zala

In addition, Zala was the franchise director for the free-to-play shooter Warface.

I appears as though the developer has not been paying its employees, as Crytek UK development manager Ben Harris also left the studio this month, as well as a number of other people who have either left or are openly looking for new employment. And, to make matters worse for the developer, just two weeks ago, studio head Karl Hilton confirmed that he was leaving his role, though he said he plans to stay within the company.

A Crytek UK employee stated that,

“It creates a weird scenario as there are now no upper management. Everything is just continuing on a downwards spiral.”

Another employee said,

“People haven’t been paid for a long time.”

Open-world FPS sequel Homefront: The Revolution features players leading a resistance movement in guerrilla warfare. It takes place in Philadelphia, four years into a brutal military occupation of North America.

Homefront: The Revolution is slated for a 2015 release on Xbox One, PS4, PC, Mac and Linux.

Related: E3 2014 Homefront: The Revolution Gameplay Video

Source: Kotaku