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Halo 4 Lead Designer Joins Forces With Visceral Games

Posted on Tuesday, September 10 @ 07:44:14 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

 
Scott Warner, the lead designer on Halo 4, has parted ways with Master Chief to join up with Visceral Games over at Electronic Arts.

Warner announced that he'll be working as design director at the EA-owned studio on Twitter, saying, "Today I'm starting work as a Design Director for Visceral Games. Excited." I'm sure the folks over at Visceral are stoked to have you as well, Mr. Warner.

Visceral Games, the team behind Dead Space, is currently working on both a next-gen Star Wars game and a new title outside the necromorph-infested horror franchise. It will be interesting to see how both of these new projects shape up, especially now that Warner is on board.

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