Then why would he want to work on Diablo III, a game that should be way past half done and almost certainly wont be delivered on time.The candidate must enjoy seeing a project from inception to completion and delivering games on time with the highest quality.
I'm sure there's a lot of qualified people clamoring to get this position already so a push back over one team member isn't very likely.Diablo 3 is slated for an early 2012 release, but if Blizzard is currently looking for someone to fill the Senior Producer boots, then we may not see the game until 2Q12, possibly later. Cross your fingers that's not the case
That is a bit of a large claim. Something bigger and better than Diablo III? I certainly wouldn't bet on whatever hes going for as being such. Remember what happened last time this happened with former Blizzard employees left to go on their own? Hell-Gate London happened.Later on via Twitter, Parker made references to "bigger and better things"
This almost sounds like they are taking a jab at Steve Parker as he both left early and the game will be late.The candidate must enjoy seeing a project from inception to completion and delivering games on time