Homefront: The Revolution’s Game Director Leaves Project

In the latest setback for game developer Crytek, Homefront: The Revolution’s game director, Hasit Zala, is said to have walked away from Crytek UK, which is most likely a result of unpaid wages, Kotaku reports. This follows rumors that a significant chunk of the staff have stopped working after not being paid for several months.

Though no concrete prove about these reports were provided, the departures supposedly include development manager Ben Harris and studio head Karl Hilton. This leaves the UK arm of Crytek completely devoid of any senior management figures. Deep Silver is reportedly set to purchase the Nottingham-based studio, with most if not all staff members hoping that this will come to fruition.

Homefront: The Revolution is still set to release next year on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. But it is increasingly looking unlikely that we’ll see the game anytime soon.

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