Halo Infinite lead screenwriter leaves 343 Industries to join Riot Games

If you like strange girlfriend/mom stories Halo infinite Spinning with the longtime franchise mascot Master Chief and his AI partner, you may want to pay close attention to where Aaron Linde (one of the game’s main writers) is going next.

So far, Linde has received many high-profile writings in his career. He is considered the chief narrative designer of Halo Infinite-it boasts that our own Alex considers the “ultimate single-player Halo experience” activity.

But just as the latest “Halo” game started to gain real momentum after its release at the end of 2021, Linde announced that he would switch from 343 Industries to “seeking new opportunities in 2022.”

“The mixed news to report is: I will leave 343 Industries to seek new opportunities in 2022. This is a very difficult decision; Halo Infinite will remain one of the most proud achievements of my career for the rest of my life. One. I am so grateful for participating,” he said In a thread on Twitter.

“I want to thank my dear 343 colleagues for making the best game I have ever participated in, for the incredible dubbing that improves our work in every line of delivery, and for our players to join us in this Crazy journey. You will be a very special year for me in 2021.”

Linde pointed out in his resume that he is now a senior narrative writer at Riot R&D-the secret development department of developers, dedicated to exploring new genres, game experiences and projects. Well.

Linde previously worked mainly on shooting games-Battleborn, Gears of War 3 and Halo Infinite were the headlines of his portfolio. So will he do something similar at Riot? It remains to be seen. However, don’t expect to hear any news soon.

It is hoped that Linde will not be affected by Riot’s (now infamous) corporate culture, which recently led to the company agreeing to settle a sex discrimination class action against the company that cost the studio $100 million.