The chief designer of Hogwarts: Legacy leaves after criticism of her opposition to women’s rights

We have previously reported that Troy Leavitt, the chief designer of Hogwarts: legacy, has been attacked by many netizens (related reports) because of the existence of many anti feminism and pro gamergate videos in his pipeline channel. As things continue to ferment, Troy Leavitt finally announced today (March 5) that he would resign from avalanche software, the developer of Hogwarts: legacy.

“1. I have made a decision to leave avalanche software. I have nothing to say but praise about the game, the entire development team, and Warner game.

The chief designer of Hogwarts: Legacy leaves after criticism of her opposition to women's rights

2. I’ll soon post a video on my YouTube channel to talk about it in detail. “

The chief designer of Hogwarts: Legacy leaves after criticism of her opposition to women's rights

“One thing to make clear: I don’t feel any uneasiness about my position. But I still decided to resign, and I will explain why in the upcoming video. I’m in great spirits and I’m happy with my relationship with Warner games and avalanche software. “

The chief designer of Hogwarts: Legacy leaves after criticism of her opposition to women's rights

Troy Leavitt made it clear in his tweet that Warner and avalanche software did not intimidate him as a result of the previous incident. His resignation from his current position was entirely his own choice (the relevant reasons will be explained in the video to be released later).

The chief designer of Hogwarts: Legacy leaves after criticism of her opposition to women's rights

“Hogwarts: Legacy” has been postponed to 2022, and plans to launch on PC, ps5, PS4, Xbox one and Xbox series X platforms.