A new report has revealed that the system architect for Atari’s retro console, the Atari VCS, has left the project after he claims the company hasn’t paid him in six months.
Atari architect Rob Wyatt, who was previously a founding member of the Xbox team, told The Register that he left the Atari project last week. “As of Friday, October 4th, I have officially resigned as the architect of the Atari VCS,” Wyatt told the publication.
According to Wyatt, his design consultancy Tin Giant has not been paid for invoices dating back over six months. “As a small company, we have been lucky to survive this long,” Wyatt says.
Source: IGN Video Games All