The Lord of the Rings: Gollum writer Nacon reportedly used AI chat bot ChatGPT to pen an apology for the sport’s woeful state. The allegation was made by former Daedalic Leisure employees members in an interview with German YouTube channel GameTwo.
Gollum is one in all 2023’s worst-reviewed video games
LOTR: Gollum launched in an almost unplayable state with wonky graphics. The sport rapidly grew to become meme fodder after being universally panned by critics and customers alike. Gollum at the moment holds a Metacritic rating of 34/100 on the PS5, making it one in all 2023’s worst-reviewed video games.
Shortly afterward, the game’s official Twitter account printed a mea culpa, profusely apologizing for Gollum and promising fixes and enhancements. Quick ahead to October, when former Daedalic employees members advised GameTwo (through Twitter consumer Knoebelbroet and VGC) that the apology was truly written by ChatGPT and posted by writer Nacon with out the event staff’s data.
Nacon is not any stranger to being accused of quite a lot of misdeeds — just like the time it allegedly stole a game from Frogwares.
Former Daedalic staffers additionally declare that that they had completed and skilled builders on the staff however weren’t given sufficient funds to make a correct AAA recreation.