Dragon Age Dreadwolf production director departs BioWare after 19 years

After working at BioWare for greater than 19 years, Mac Walters, who served as lead author on Mass Impact 2 and three, is leaving the studio.

As reported by Eurogamer, Walters publicly shared the information of his departure over the weekend in a LinkedIn post. The BioWare veteran served as a author on Jade Empire, later taking up the function of lead author for the second and third Mass Impact video games, and previous to leaving he was manufacturing director on the upcoming and extremely anticipated Dragon Age Dreadwolf.

“With a brand new yr comes new adventures,” Walters wrote within the submit. “As a few of you already know, on the finish of final yr I made a decision to depart BioWare. These previous 19 years have been a life-changing expertise to say the least, and it made the selection to go very troublesome. I’ve labored with so many great individuals and had the privilege to be part of probably the most wonderful groups and initiatives. It’s laborious to fathom all of it, and I do know I’ll be reflecting on it for years to come back.”

Taking a look at Walters profile, it at present says that he is on a profession break, in pursuit of an unspecified private aim, so most likely not something online game associated. Who can blame him after 19 years within the business?

Walters additionally labored as inventive director on the critically blended Mass Impact Andromeda, and was additionally narrative director on the critically panned Anthem, so it is secure to say his tenure at BioWare has seen some highs and lows.

What this implies for Dragon Age Dreadwolf is not clear, although it doubtless will not be too huge of a deal, as builders continually come and go at huge studios. Dreadwolf did obtain a new trailer again in December, which presents followers a have a look at a cinematic that can seem someplace within the sport.


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