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Report: More problems at Crytek UK as Homefront: The Revolution’s Game Director resigns

Kotaku reports that Hasit Zala, Homefront: The Revolution‘s Game Director, has just resigned from Crytek UK.

This latest report is another in a string that suggests Crytek UK is in the midst of financial ruin. Development Manager Ben Harris left the studio last month, and studio head Karl Hilton resigned from his post but remains with the company. Further rumours suggest the studio hasn’t been able to pay its staff, and said staff have stopped reporting into work as a result.

Homefront: The Revolution is scheduled for release in 2015. We previewed the title at E3.



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