Two more developers have left Irrational Games, makers of BioShock Infinite. According to LinkedIn, Artificial intelligence lead Don Norbury and combat design director Clint Bundrick are the latest to depart the Boston-based company.
Norbury and Bundrick's departure comes in the height of crunch-time for the highly anticipated, best-of-E3 award-winning action game. As Kotaku reported in August, the game's development has been less than smooth, and Irrational has seen a string of high-profile departures, including art director Nate Wells and director of product development Tim Gerritsen. At the same time, Irrational recently hired Rod Fergusson away from Epic Games to help get Infinite out the door. The team at Irrational had reportedly been wrestling with ambitious but eventually axed multiplayer modes as well as difficulties with Elizabeth, the game's much-vaunted A.I. companion.