Hogwarts Legacy developer Troy Leavitt has resigned from Avalanche Software after discussion of his old YouTube channel blew up online last month. Writing on Twitter today, Leavitt said he had decided to part ways with the developer and would explain more in an upcoming video he would post to the channel in question. “I have nothing but good things to say about the game, the dev team, and WB Games,” Leavitt wrote. “To clarify: I felt absolutely secure in my position. However, I still wanted to resign for reasons that I will explain in that forthcoming video. I’m in excellent spirits and very pleased with my relationship with WB and Avalanche.” Leavitt’s YouTube channel, which currently has 25.6k subscribers, hosts videos largely made between his work on the Harry Potter prequel game and his previous project – the cancelled toys-to-life franchise Disney Infinity. Topics covered by Leavitt include right-wing criticism of Anita Sarkeesian’s Feminist Frequency videos and “social justice”, the firing of former Pixar boss John Lasseter for allegations of sexual harassment, the fact Nolan Bushnell did not receive a recent award due to the development culture at Atari in the 1970s, the suggestions of journalistic bias which founded the… Read full this story
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