Mike Laidlaw, the creative director of the Dragon Age franchise, has announced that he's leaving the studio after 14 years.
Laidlaw says that he's been lucky to work with so many talented and hardworking people, and that he looks forward to seeing where the studio takes the Dragon Age universe in the future.
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Laidlaw has worked on the Dragon Age series of role-playing games since its inception but has also worked across a number of Bioware titles, including Jade Empire and Mass Effect.
"It's been an honour to be a part of the Dragon Age team, and I have every confidence that the world we've created together is in good hands and I'm excited for the road ahead".
It also appears as though Laidlaw will be taking some time off as he referenced a desire to spend time "reconnecting with all the incredible games and worlds" that other developers have made.
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To everyone who's taken the time to share feedback and experiences, your wonderful cosplays and artistic creations: thank you. Your passion inspires and I look forward to our next adventure together.
He most recently served as creative director on 2014's Dragon Age: Inquisition, and it's yet unclear what his plans for the future are beyond playing (and streaming) some games. BioWare's main teams are now working on Anthem, which is rumored to be a direct Destiny competitor, with an online open world and RPG elements.
Whether Laidlaw has left with a new game in the middle of production isn't exactly clear.
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