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Casey Hudson Returning to BioWare as GM

A post from Aaryn Flynn on the BioWare Blog announces that Aaryn is leaving BioWare at the end of this month, saying Casey Hudson will return to the company to replace him as General Manager. Hudson left BioWare three years ago after an almost 16-year run capped off by leading development of the original Mass Effect trilogy. This post by Hudson outlines his outlook on his return:

Almost twenty years ago, I decided to apply for a job as a technical artist at a local video game company in Edmonton. Young, and fresh out of University, Im not sure what I expected it to lead to. But it was the beginning of a career full of experiences and shared accomplishments I never could have dreamed of. So when I left BioWare three years ago, it was the most difficult decision of my career. I needed some time off, needed a bit of change, and wanted to get involved in the new wave of disruptive technologies that were emerging.

The last few years have been transformative for me, from having time to reflect on what I most want to do, to working with new technologies at platform scale. And now, Im thrilled to have the opportunity to return to lead BioWare a studio that I think of as home.

Id also like to wish my good friend Aaryn Flynn the very best in the future. Aaryn and I have worked together from the earliest days of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, to setting the foundation for Anthem. Weve been through a lot together, and were all going to miss his presence at the studio.

I think I speak for everyone who has worked with Aaryn and our fans when I say thank you for everything. BioWare continues to hold a special magic full of profoundly talented people, and an inspiring creative energy. When I look at the stunning progress Aaryn and the team has made with Anthem, and the other projects in the works, I truly believe our best is yet to come.

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