Developer Issues Full Apology Over The War Z
Plans also outlined for changes to the game after widespread criticism...
The War Z developer Hammerpoint has issued a full apology to the gamers, after receiving widespread criticism.
When the game launched last week, fans began complaining that features listed in the Steam ad were misleading and the game was subsequently removed.
Now executive producer Sergey Titov has reportedly written to fans to apologise and outline plans for the future of the zombie survival MMO.
According to Digital Spy, Titov wrote: "I need to admit that we failed to effectively communicate some of our plans and actions to both our existing players and to our prospective players."
He went on to explain: "I became arrogant and blinded by the early success and quick growth of The War Z, our increasing number of players, numbers we were getting from surveys... and I chose not to notice the concerns and questions raised by these members of the game community as well as others."
Taking the blame "entirely" on his shoulders, Titov thanks the "vocal minority", and insisted there would be changes made to the relationship between Hammerpoint and OP Productions, as well as new team members with "much more experience of operating and growing successful online games".
He added: "Above all, we will continue to develop and make this game the best that it can be."