Amy Hennig, former developer of Visceral Games, who developed games under the EA Games roof but was shut down by a radical decision, criticized contemporary actors. In addition, Hennig, an old Naughty Dog worker, stated that the players wanted story-based games, but instead of playing games. Experienced developer who has been working for years on AAA games based on a nice script and who says that high budgets have broken down, says that he did not make any money for every game maker at the end of the day. Amy Hennig, who says that the standard price of 60 dollars does not always meet the cost of the game, argues that trending micropayments have emerged.
Amy Hennig said that the players were watching the games instead of taking them.
In fact we can give Hennig a sense, but now we see that some of the games are also based on YouTuber or Twitch publishers. Star Citizen, which is currently attracting attention with its large donation figure, may be the greatest example of the CryEngine game engine, leaving it to the Lumberyard gaming engine, which is owned by Twitch and is equivalent to Amazon’s Twitch.tv.