One of Meta’s top executives, co-founder of id Software, as well as one of the developers of the legendary Doom game, John Carmack, said he had left the company led by Mark Zuckerberg. This was reported by The New York Times.

The publication notes that in the company Karmak was responsible for the development of the direction of virtual reality. He also participated in Zuckerberg’s work on the creation of the metaverse. According to Karmak, who is well acquainted with the internal “kitchen” of the campaign, the corporation suffers from a huge number of internal problems that negatively affect its development.

He noted that “the Meta processor only runs at 5% of its maximum power.”

According to him, the company has a huge amount of resources, but spends efforts in vain. Karmak also noted that he constantly tried to influence the overall direction of the company’s development. He complains that he is already tired of this struggle and the fact that he cannot influence the company’s development priorities.