Dragon Age Dreadwolf production director leaves BioWare after 19 years

after work raw soft For more than 19 years, Mac Walters served as Mass Effect 2 and 3Leave the studio.

According to reports european playerWalters publicly shared news of his departure over the weekend LinkedIn postThe BioWare veteran wrote Emerald Empire, went on to serve as lead writer on the second and third Mass Effect games, and before leaving he was the lead writer on the upcoming and highly anticipated Dragon Age: Production Director of Dread Wolf.

“A new year brings new adventures,” Walters wrote in the post. “As some of you already know, I decided to leave BioWare late last year. The past 19 years have been a life-changing experience to say the least, making the choice to leave very difficult. I have worked and What great people to be together and have been privileged to be part of the greatest team and project. It’s hard to understand it all and I know I will reflect on it for years to come.”

Looking at Walters’ profile, it currently states that he is taking a career hiatus to pursue unspecified personal goals, so it may not be related to video games. After 19 years in the industry, who can blame him?

Walters also served as creative director on the superbly mixed Mass Effect Andromeda and narrative director on the critically critical Anthem, so it’s safe to say his tenure at BioWare has had some ups and downs .

What this means for Dragon Age Dreadwolf is unclear, but it probably won’t be a big deal, since developers often come and go at large studios. Dreadwolf did receive a new trailer in December, and it gave fans a peek at a movie that will appear somewhere in the game.