What you need to know
- Cliff Bleszinski is one of the creators of Gears of War.
- He founded a studio called Boss Key Productions a few years ago.
- The team released a first-person shooter called LawBreakers on PC and PlayStation 4.
- Now, Bleszinski wishes he had brought the game to Xbox One since it's the platform where gamers knew him.
A couple of years ago, Cliff Bleszinski, one of the creators of Gears of War, launched a game called LawBreakers for PC and PlayStation 4. The title never made its way to Xbox One and at the time, it seemed like a curious omission because every Xbox gamer is familiar with the critically-acclaimed Gears of War franchise.
Now, it seems like Bleszinski regrets not bringing the game to Microsoft's console. He said on Twitter, "when people follow your career from a beloved series such as Gears on Xbox, might have made sense to put the new game on said console." You can read the thread below.
It's important to note that while Xbox players may have been more receptive to LawBreakers, it didn't do well on PC either. Boss Key Productions closed down shortly after that. While there's no way of knowing if it would've become a sensation on Xbox One, it certainly wouldn't have hurt its chances.
What did you think of LawBreakers? Did you play it? Is the 76 Metacritic score justified? Let us know.
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