Sledgehammer’s Schofield: EA “treated me like shit”

By Johnny Cullen
21 July 2010 09:43 GMT


What are these things on our fingertips? They’re called claws. You need claws to cling on to burning bridges.

Sledgehammer Games boss Glenn Schofield has said via Twitter that when he was GM of EA’s Redwood studio, now more commonly known as Visceral Games, the company “treated” him “like shit.”

In a tweet, he said:

“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.”

He then added in a later tweet:

“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.”

Burn, innit. Just tread lightly at Activision, yeah? Infinity Ward says hi.

Sledgehammer is currently working on its first project, a new Call of Duty title, and has recently posted a job listing suggesting it’s working on another game for consoles.

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