The rumors continue to mount that Crytek UK is in bad shape financially and morale is getting lower and lower. Today's news won't help; according to Kotaku, Homefront: The Revolution's game director has now left the company.
Hasit Zala started at Free Radical Design back in 1999, and stayed with the studio when Crytek acquired it in 2009. He worked on the multiplayer modes for Crysis 2 and Crysis 3. His latest project was supposed to be Homefront: The Revolution, but Zala apparently found greener pastures.
Details on where Sala is headed are unknown as of this writing... as is the future of the latest Homefront game - the follow-up to THQ's alternate history action game...
Crytek UK has not publicly commented on this story.
We'll have more on this story as it continues to develop.