Glenn Schofield, president of Striking Distance Studios, has publicly admitted that working on the Callisto Protocol is under the sign of a crisis. Now he decided to apologize for his words.
Striking Distance Studios has very ambitious plans. This is because on December 2, 2022, a powerful horror movie will be shown for the first time Callisto protocol. As it turns out, business is under the sign crush. The head of the studio praised – consciously or unconsciously – the exhausting extra work that employees have to spend.
I’m only talking about the match during the event. We work 6-7 days a week, and no one forces us to. Tired, tired, covid, but we’re working. Bugs, glitches, fixes. One last time by voice. 12-15 hours a day. This is the gaming industry. hard work. Lunch, dinner and work. You do it because you love him.
Glen Schofield posted the entry above, but we won’t find it anymore. Several negative comments were made at the head of the studio, and therefore, the entry was removed. However, nothing is lost on the web and screenshots have been taken.
He pointed out the whole thing Jason Schreyer, A Bloomberg reporter, who calls such practices “defining a culture of crisis.” work after 15 hours a day, sometimes 7 days During the week, lack of rest – all this ultimately translates into a decrease in the productivity of creative people or family problems.
The head of the studio finally decided to apologize for his words: “Earlier, I tweeted how proud I am of the effort and hours put in by the team. It was a mistake. We appreciate the passion and creativity, not the long hours. I apologize to the team for taking it that way.” Well, we have concrete evidence that Glenn Schofield was also involved in a crisis and he was entitled to make a mistake. Perhaps from exhaustion.
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