We're so sad to see you go, Cliff.
Offenders"Cliff Bleszinski, also known as Cliffy B, said he is" ready "to make video games.
"I'm ready," Bleszinski told GamesIndustry after detailing how he looked after the team after the collapse of its newest studio, Boss Key Productions.
"I paid my employees, their 401ks and their health care – even months after the studio closed. So they could take care of their families. I have not received a salary for two years. I understand you're sad, but God, this kind of shit is another reason why I'm never playing another game, "he tweeted early.
Bleszinski has worked on video games for decades, working on titles, including Jackrabbit Jazz, Unreal Tournament and Gears of war in Epic Games. After a break in the industry, he returned in 2015 and created Boss Key Productions to work Offenders. Boss Key closed its doors in May 2018.