Troy Leavitt, a former senior producer on the upcoming Harry Potter game Hogwarts Legacy, has released a video explaining why he resigned from developer Avalanche Software.
Leavitt’s resignation from the developer was announced earlier this month on Twitter, amid backlash surrounding videos he had previously posted on his YouTube channel.
In a video titled, ‘To My Friends at Avalanche’, Leavitt said his decision to leave the project was to do with ongoing “family matters” which had taken a “sharp turn at the beginning of February”.
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