Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier reports: Glen SchofieldAuthor and founder of Dead Space Hit Distanceeither decided leave the team a few months after the release of the new company’s first game, Callisto Protocol.
There is not much information on the subject yet or an official statement from the relevant person or team, but Schreier states in his speech on Bloomberg that the issue is certain. commercial failure Use of the Callisto Protocol as possible cause for abandonment.
Striking Distance Studios, a subsidiary of Korean company Krafton made famous by PUBG, is shifting at the top following Schofield’s departure from his role as CEO, seemingly in search of new yet unknown prospects.
Change at the top for Hit Distance
He will take his place at the head of the team Steve PapoutsisThe Chief Development Officer will become Striking Distance’s CEO, thus overseeing the studio’s operations, whose next moves are yet unknown.
Schofield left the team last week and said he had decided to “pursue new opportunities”, but did not comment further. The Callisto Protocol was born as a “spiritual sequel” to the Dead Space series, which Schofield helped create at Visceral, and in fact has many points of contact.
The game did not do well in the market, which seems to have contributed to the rift between the writer and the team. The game actually ended with the release of the final DLC, Final Transmission.