• 5 Weeks after the announcing and Beta Release of Radical Heights, its production Company, Boss Key Productions, has ceased its production of Games
  • The news comes after Cliff Bleszinski posted a Statement on his Twitter Account
  • Servers for Radical Heights will ‘remain up for the near future’

The Production of the Battle Royale Game, Radical Heights, has ceased production, in just 5 weeks after its release.

Boss Key Productions, the Production Studio behind the Hero Shooter Lawbreakers, and the recently made Early-Access Battle Royale Game Radical Heights, has ceased its production of Games and Game-Related Content, after Cliff Bleszinski, the lead designer of the studio, took to Twitter to post a statement.

Bleszinksi Posted at 3:30 AEST on the 15th of May that he would like to ‘take some time off and reflect’.

Bleszinski added that he needed to take time away from game development to focus on his family, himself, and his ‘Aussie, Teddy, who is slowly fading from us’ – that’s his dog, who has a Twitter account here. Best of health to the Doggo.

‘Videogames will forever be a part of who I am and I hope to make something new again someday, however, I need to withdraw and take this time’.

Bleszinski also took the opportunity to applaud his team – ‘they worked tirelessly to produce quality products and, while we had our ups and downs, I’d like to think we had fun doing it’.

Bleszinski also made note that the servers for Radical Heights would remain online for ‘the near future’.

It’s a massive shame to see Boss Key fade away like this. Lawbreakers had immense potential riding on it up to its release, and Radical Heights was shaping up to be a massively popular game.

Best of luck to you in the future, Bleszinski.

A young Journalist studying at the University of Technology, Sydney, Zachariah Kelly strives to offer new perspectives of the scene, and take a critical glance at modern Video Game releases, update models and communities. Zac's big on Overwatch, Dirty Bomb, Team Fortress II and Grand Theft Auto 5.