Casey Hudson leaves BioWare once again
BioWare's general manager Casey Hudson has announced that he is leaving the company, having taken over in 2017 after Aaryn Flynn left.
Hudson worked at BioWare until he left for Microsoft in 2014, but came back just a few years later. Now it seems he is leaving for good, to “try something different,”. He’s not the only high-profile departure from BioWare either.
Veterans quitting: Dragon Age executive producer Mark Darrah is also “retiring” from the studio where he has worked since 1998. Gary McKay will be interim general manager, while BioWare Austin studio director Christian Dailey will take over as the executive producer on Dragon Age.
Multiple projects: Quite a few people have left BioWare in the recent years following Anthem's troubled production and Mass Effect Andromeda's poor reception by fans and critics. BioWare is currently working on a new Dragon Age, rebooting Anthem and a remastered version of the Mass Effect trilogy.