Unhappy information has come to gentle because the information of Landon Montgomery, co-founder of Gearbox, has handed away. The information was confirmed by the official Gearbox Twitter account, with a message of assist and affection going out to those that knew him.
On-line, tributes have been pouring in, as many keep in mind Montgomery for the great he did on the planet and the video games he made. From engaged on numerous Half-Life titles, Halo: Fight Developed, the Brothers in Arms sequence, 007 Nightfire, Deathmatch Maker, Borderlands, and Tony Hawk’s Professional Skater 3, Montgomery has influenced nearly each one who performs video games in some respect.
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— dr zed (@cl4pl3k) March 25, 2020
In Reminiscence of Landon Montgomery – relaxation in peace sir – Thanks in your concepts and work – you will have contributed to the happiness of thousands and thousands of gamers and folks pic.twitter.com/2HHXxwxWL1
— Maggie Jakobs Flynt (@EmiliaTokes) March 25, 2020
Thanks for giving us the corporate behind 2 a long time of enjoyable Half-Life Growth Packs, mods, together with different contributions to the sequence (Opposing Power, Blue Shift, and many others.), the Borderlands sequence, and plenty of different video games. RIP Landon Montgomery
— Man from J.U.M.P. ジスワPROJECT (@MangaHistorian) March 26, 2020
Landon will reside on within the reminiscence of our earliest video games from our work with Half-Life and Halo to the creation of our first, authentic recreation Brothers in Arms. Aloha, Landon. https://t.co/vuBi3MYJp5
— Randy Pitchford (@DuvalMagic) March 25, 2020
Sorry for unloading some fond recollections… such a shock. I nonetheless have to course of all of it. He left Gearbox in 2007, I feel, and I solely noticed him a few occasions over the past decade or so… I can not think about how these closest to him extra not too long ago are managing the information.
— Randy Pitchford (@DuvalMagic) March 26, 2020
Whereas Montgomery left Gearbox again in 2007, Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford has spoken brazenly about his recollections with Montgomery on Twitter, reminiscing on simply how devoted Montogmery was to his craft.
Our ideas exit to his family and friends on this tough time.