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In an interview with Gamasutra, former Epic developer Cliff Bleszinski says that he'll never make another disc-based game in his career while also offering a stance on the future of game reveals.
"The whole 'old guard,' where you get a Game Informer cover and an E3 reveal, is dead," Bleszinski said. "I'll never make another disc-based game for the rest of my career, and [at E3] they're trying to woo buyers from Target and Walmart?"
Right now, Bleszinski and his wife is hooked on Steam Early Access game Rust and explains why PC is where he wants to go.
"Your game is as good as how many YouTube videos it can yield. My wife and I are totally hooked on Rust right now. It's not about the 'new user experience'; in these games the new user experience is utter shit, and it's okay. There are two lessons people have not learned from Minecraft: Get the game out there and build it. Some kid will put out a video. Players will teach each other. You don't need the 'press A to jump.'
"PC is where I'm going to wind up. That's where the community is. The trend will always be the core. If I start a studio, I want a community manager there day one. I want weekly video or podcasts; I want task lists available on the subreddit. When my wife and I play Rust, before we play, we check the subreddit. Whenever you get a little bored with a game, someone issues an update. I feel like a game developer again, where I get to check out the build list."Bleszinski is currently developing an unannounced game which he has teased with a few mysterious screenshots