"treated me like sh*t".
Later he adds he "didn't mean" to get attention from this 'revelation', Schofield just wanted to "get it off my chest" after a year of "EA bashing us".
Schofield was general manager of EA' Redwood studio, which is more commonly referred to as Visceral Games. He helped create the Dead Space franchise which proved a huge horror hit for publisher EA. Dead Space 2 is nearing release.
"Wow, a year ago today I left EA. What a day that was. They really treated me like shit even after creating Dead Space 4 them," the ex-EA man, reports .
This mud sling at EA, a surprising one, "Seems my tweet got some attention. Didn’t mean to. But after a year of EA bashing us it’s good to get it off my chest.”:
What's with all the public b*tching lately in the industry? Who knew developers and studio bosses were so delicate about their feelings? Sledgehammer Games is under the Activision roof and they're working on a new title in the Call of Duty series.