Founder and until recently CEO of 343 Industries Bonnie Ross announced about leaving the American studio owned by Microsoft and its parent company.
Ross founded 343 Industries in 2007 and led the development of the Halo series for 15 years. The specialist hoped to stay in the team until November, but medical problems that appeared in the family accelerated the process.
“I am incredibly proud of the work everyone at 343 Industries has done on Halo Infinite, the Master Chief Collection, the Halo series and more. It has been an honor to work with the team for the past 15 years and be part of a beloved universe,” shared Ross.
Portal Windows Central announces that following Ross’ departure, her role at 343 Industries will be split between three employees:
Pierre Hintze, head of production, will become the new head of the studio and lead Halo Infinite, The Master Chief Collection and future games; Bryan Koski has been named general manager of the Halo franchise; Elizabeth Van Wyck has moved to the role of Head of Business Operations for 343 Industries.
Halo Infinite is available on PC (Steam, Microsoft Store), Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S. Already on November 8, the game will receive a winter update with a beta version of the Forge editor, online co-op (removed local) and other features.
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