An apology from the War Z boss Sergey Titov has made its way online, listing and putting into perspective the many issues plaguing the game in recent weeks. Missing features and misleading advertising have led to widespread player backlash and even prompted Steam to pull the game until the matter is addressed.
“I became arrogant and blinded by the early success and quick growth of The War Z,” writes Titov, “our increasing number of players, numbers we were getting from surveys, etc., and I chose not to notice the concerns and questions raised by these members of the game community as well as others. This failure is entirely on my shoulders and if anything I owe thanks to that vocal minority and admit that I should have paid attention sooner.” The rest of the letter goes into more detail about future plans for Hammerpoint and continued support for War Z.
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