The face of LawBreakers development and Boss Key is arguably Cliff Bleszinski, but Arjan Brussee was co-founder of the studio and half of the brain trust behind the studio as a whole. We use the past-tense there, though, because according to Twitter Brussee is no longer with the studio. He’s announced that he has left and is heading back to Epic Games to work on a “secret project,” with no word on what that might entail.
Of course, that’s what makes it a secret, but you know how it is.
Bleszinski himself has wished Brussee the best of luck on Twitter without any acrimonious undertones. There’s no announcement at this point about who will take over Brussee’s duties at Boss Key. It’s not an entirely unusual move after a studio’s first major release has shipped for people to move on to different careers; we’ll see what this means in the longer term for Boss Key (if anything) in the months to come.
— arjan (@arjanbrussee) December 8, 2017
He is not only a brilliant person but also a dear friend and I wish him well in his future endeavors.
Onward and upward – still makin' games here!
— Cliff Bleszinski (@therealcliffyb) December 8, 2017