BioWare General Manager Aaryn Flynn has announced that he will leave the developer studio after 17 years. In his place, Casey Hudson will take the post, after this had already separated from the studio in 2014.
There are some changes to the BioWare Rolling Game experts. The general manager Aaryn Flynn announced on the company’s official blog that he resigned from his post and left the studio after 17 years. His post is taken by Casey Hudson, who left the developer studio in 2014 to work with Microsoft on HoloLens projects.
In his resignation, Aaryn Flynn has revealed his farewell is directly related to the return of Casey Hudson.
“I had been considering changes in my own life for some time, but when I heard Casey had confirmed to be ready for this task, I realized the possibilities for us,” Flynn wrote. “I will work with him in the next few weeks to help him get up to speed and I will do my part to prepare him for the success to be the best GM he can be.”
The new “Anthem” brand, which has been under development for four years at BioWare Edmonton, was originally Hudson’s project. So it just seems to be fitting for him to finish it. Aaryn Flynn, in his position as general manager, was in charge of developments such as “Dragon Age 2“, “Mass Effect 3”, “Dragon Age: Inquisition” and “Mass Effect: Andromeda”. Previously, he was a senior programmer at “Mass Effect 2” and “Dragon Age: Origins”.
In his last words, Flynn thanked the fans, who had given him the opportunity to work on all these games. He did his best to help the developers create some of the best games in the industry. In the future, he will play the BioWare games from an exciting new perspective.
We wish him all the best for his future career.