Sunday 25 September 2016

Mass Effect: Andromeda writer leaves BioWare to work on Destiny

Emma Clark

Published 16/02/2016 | 17:36

Mass Effect: Andromeda
Mass Effect: Andromeda

Mass Effect: Andromeda lead writer Chris Schlerf has left BioWare and is joining up with Bungie to work on Destiny.

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Mass Effect: Andromeda lead writer Chris Schlerf has parted ways with BioWare and has joined up with Bungie to work on Destiny.

Schlerf took to Twitter to confirm the news with a series of posts. He said that his time at BioWare was one of the "best experiences" of his career. Mass Effect fans may take solace in his statement that Andromeda will "blow people away." Then again, he is a little biased; he did share writing duties on it.

Schlerf joined the Mass Effect: Andromeda team in November 2014 after a stint as senior writer on Halo 4 with 343 Industries. Now that his work is done here, it's time to move onto new pastures.

This is the third high-profile person to leave BioWare in recent months. Previously, writer David Gaider announced that he was moving on after 17 years, while senior development director on Mass Effect: Andromeda Chris Wynn announced in December that he had left BioWare.

Mass Effect: Andromeda will be released this holiday season.

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