Mike Laidlaw, whose credit embody artistic director for Recreation Informer's 2014 Recreation of the Yr, Dragon Age: Inquisition, has left BioWare after 14 years with the developer. Laidlaw introduced the information on Twitter through a heartfelt message.
Previous to entering into his function as artistic director of the Dragon Age collection with 2014's Inquisition, Laidlaw served because the lead designer of Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II. He was the artistic director for the Dragon Age collection up till his announcement immediately, and performed roles within the growth of titles like Mass Impact, Jade Empire, and Sonic Chronicles: The Darkish Brotherhood.
You’ll be able to see his message beneath.
— Mike Laidlaw (@Mike_Laidlaw) October 12, 2017
For an interview with Laidlaw on the way forward for the Dragon Age collection, try our video with him from our Dragon Age: Inquisition cover trip.
[Supply: Mike Laidlaw on Twitter]
Laidlaw had an impressive run at BioWare, throughout which he labored on a few of the greatest role-playing video games of the period. We want him the very best in all of his future endeavors.