Picture: Sergio Flores (Getty Images)John Gibson, the CEO of Tripwire Interactive– the studio behind Maneater and Killing Floor– has “stepped down” following huge public and internal reaction over his assistance of Texas recent decision to strip ladies of a basic human right.Texas recently presented a new anti-abortion law, referred to as Senate Bill 8. The questionable law bans abortion after 6 weeks and presumes as to enable civilians to sue abortion companies or anybody even suspected of assisting a woman end a pregnancy. This basically develops a bounty system targeting abortion-seekers and enforced by random homeowners of Texas.On September 5, Gibson tweeted: Proud of #USSupremeCourt verifying the Texas law banning abortion for babies with a heart beat. As an entertainer I dont get political frequently. With so many vocal peers on the other side of this problem, I felt it was crucial to go on the record as a pro-life video game developer.The statement was widely criticised within the market, and just hours later one of Tripwires significant advancement partners, Shipwright Studios, said in a declaration “We can not in good conscience continue to work with Tripwire under the present management structure. We will start the cancellation of our existing contracts effective instantly.”Gibsons remarks were also plainly opposed from within Tripwire as well, as this night he has “stepped down” from his function as CEO, with the news announced by the business in a blistering declaration that states “the remarks provided by John Gibson are of his own opinion, and do not reflect those of Tripwire Interactive as a business”, and that “his remarks neglected the worths of our whole team, our partners and much of our broader neighborhood. Our leadership group at Tripwire are deeply sorry and are combined in our commitment to take speedy action and to promote a more favorable environment.”G/O Media may get a commissionTripwires full statement is listed below: The remarks provided by John Gibson are of his own opinion, and do not show those of Tripwire Interactive as a business. His comments ignored the values of our entire group, our partners and much of our more comprehensive neighborhood. Our management group at Tripwire are deeply sorry and are unified in our commitment to take speedy action and to promote a more positive environment.Effective right away, John Gibson has stepped down as CEO of Tripwire Interactive. Co-founding member and present Vice President, Alan Wilson, will take over as interim CEO. Alan has been with the business since its formation in 2005 and is an active lead in both the studios business and developmental affairs. Alan will work with the rest of the Tripwire leadership team to take actions with staff members and partners to resolve their concerns consisting of carrying out a company-wide city center conference and promoting open dialogue with Tripwire management and all employees. His understanding of both the companys culture and the imaginative vision of our video games will carry the group through this transition, with full support from the other Tripwire leaders.