Jul 1, 2020
Crucible: Amazon pulls 'boring' big-budget video game
Amazon has pulled its first major game release, putting it back into a testing phase after poor feedback from players. Amazon said it had listened to player feedback and would "Continue to make the game better". In May, when the game was about to be released, Amazon Games vice-president Mike Frazzini told the BBC the company wanted "To make games that resonate with a very large audience of players". Deciding to pull the game from general release is rare but not unheard of, and some games have gone on to major success after a rocky launch. Amazon is due to release its other tentpole game from another of its studios, online roleplaying game New World, in August.
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