Ex-project lead Mass Effect back at BioWare as new ceo
Game developer BioWare sees his manager Aaryn Flynn after 17 years to leave. He is followed by Casey Hudson, project director of the first three Mass Effect games.
Flynn is leaving BioWare at the end of July, he writes in his farewell letter. The BioWare-director says longer doubts about leaving the company, but the commitment of Hudson to return and him to follow, gave, according to Flynn the difference.
Hudson left the Canadian game developer in 2014 and went on to work for Microsoft Studio. He is known primarily as project leader of the first three Mass Effect games.
All three of those games were very favorably received. After the departure of Flynn began to BioWare on a new game in the series. That Mass Effect: Andromeda was much less positively received. Players and the press were critical of the story and the technical failures of the game.
Mass Effect-maker comes up with new game Anthem
According to rumors earlier this year would be the Mass Effect series after the disappointing fourth part now in the fridge are put in by BioWare publisher EA.
During the most recent E3-gamebeurs presented BioWare new game Anthem. The developer would have been the game works, and the game was originally the brainchild of Hudson, for he in 2014 vertok.