'The War Z' Creator Admits to Becoming 'Arrogant and Blinded' in Lengthy Apology

'The War Z' Creator Admits to Becoming 'Arrogant and Blinded' in Lengthy Apology

The War Z producer Sergey Titov has issued a lenghty apology letter to fans detailing exactly what went wrong as well as his plans for the future of the game. He covers some of the controversies—the many, many controversies—that have surrounded the game since it launched earlier this month, and confesses some of his own shortcomings as well.

"I became arrogant and blinded by the early success and quick growth of The War Z," Titov writes. "This failure is entirely on my shoulders and if anything I owe thanks to that vocal minority and admit that I should have paid attention sooner."

There's plenty more where that came from, though other parts of the letter seem a little fishy: "I was too focused on how great we are and how a small independent team got their first game to over 700,000 users in a two-month period," Titov writes. We'd argue that this wasn't the appropriate time to toot your own horn so hard, but oh well.

The full text of the letter is on the next page. In your opinion, can The War Z be redeemed?

[via Kotaku]

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