As we have already informed, electronic arts announced that it will not support car project. The entire franchise is considered dead and many obviously didn’t like it. Among them there are also Ian Bellfounder and former CEO of Slighty Mad Studios, the creators of the car saga.
Bill Books Via Twitter: “EA is still great… I have my say and keep evaluating them, while they keep proving I was right. What do those numbers look like to you (sorry, I mean people, with hopes, dreams and families), at the end of all the spreadsheets this is? “.
Ian Belm, who left the company in October 2021, had already said What did he think of Electronic Arts in 2017 During an interview with SpotTheOzzie’s YouTube channel. Specifically, the CEO said, “We made a game called Need for Speed: Shift, we made a game called Shift 2, and EA came to me and said, ‘After two months of Shift 2, we can give you 1.5 million if you agree not to talk to Other publishers, not agreeing to other games or working on other agreements with other publishers, we’ll give you 1.5 million and sign Shift 3? “.
So I said, ‘Well, that sounds like a good deal. “I got 1.5 million, paid a lot of bonuses to the guys, and two weeks before we even started. 3 . shift They canceled it without notice. They said, “We won’t do that again.”
Therefore, Bill is not satisfied with the way he behaves electronic arts For some time he believes the decision to cancel the Project CARS franchise proves his point. However, EA still has many driving games, such as Formula One, GRID, and WRC.
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