Leaks have become commonplace in the gaming industry. The widespread adoption of the internet has meant that it’s almost impossible to aim for a situation that everything remains under wraps until its planned announcement. Something will slip through the cracks, and no studio is immune from the possibility of that happening.
Ninja Theory has been one such victim, with the reveal trailer for Bleeding Edge leaking online ahead of its planned announcement at E3 2020. It was an ambitious new multiplayer project, from a studio renowned for its single-player outings.
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