Callisto Protocol director appears to glorify crunch culture, then walks it back

Striking Distance CEO and The Callisto Protocol director Glen Schofield has walked back a tweet appearing to glorify crunch culture after it received backlash online.

It’s since been deleted, but was screenshotted (opens in new tab) and uploaded to Twitter by Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier. “We are working 6-7 days a week, nobody’s forcing us. Exhaustion, tired, Covid but we’re working,” Schofield’s tweet read. “Bugs, glitches, perf fixes. 1 last pass through audio. 12-15hr days. This is gaming. Hard work. Lunch, dinner working. You do it ’cause you love it.”

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