Video of 4A Games’ Office Spotted, Not As Dramatic As Jason Rubin Presented It

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Yesterday, we posted our opinion about Jason Rubin’s story regarding 4A Games and the environment this studio has been working on. According to Rubin, ‘4A’s staff sat on folding wedding chairs, literally elbow to elbow at card tables in what looks more like a packed grade school cafeteria than a development studio.’ However, it seems that Rubin exaggerated as 4A Games’ office is… well… fine and not as bad as what Rubin made it look like. I mean, where exactly is the ‘elbow to elbow’ thing in that environment. Sure, this office cannot compete with those of Ubisoft, Konami or EA. But it’s not as bad as Rubin claimed. Special thanks to our reader ‘Timothy Sandos’ for spotting it!

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