Mac Walters leaves BioWare


Mac Walters has left BioWare after almost 20 years with the studio, the developer introduced in a publish on LinkedIn this weekend noticed by Eurogamer.

“As a few of you already know, on the finish of final 12 months I made a decision to depart BioWare,” Walters mentioned. “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 fantastic folks and had the privilege to be part of essentially the most wonderful groups and tasks. It is onerous to fathom all of it, and I do know I will be reflecting on it for years to return.”

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Walters additionally up to date his LinkedIn web page to say he was on a profession break, pursuing a private aim.

Walters had been at BioWare lengthy sufficient to have earned credit on 2003’s Star Wars: Knights of the Outdated Republic and 2005’s Jade Empire.

From there, he moved to the Mass Impact collection, serving as senior author on the unique and lead author on the second and third video games within the collection.

He additionally served as inventive director on Mass Impact Andromeda, and on the time of his departure had been manufacturing director on the upcoming Dragon Age.

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