BioWare’s Jonathan Warner, who most recently was the game director at Anthem, will be leaving the company. He announced on Twitter that today, March 26, is his last day with the esteemed RPG studio.
He said he is “moving forward to do new things.” In his statement, Warner wished his colleagues the best and said he is excited to play future BioWare games as a fan. “BioWare has been the home of my grateful heart for almost 10 years and I want to wish you all the best. Dragon Age, Mass Effect, and Star Wars: The Old Republic are in good hands and I can’t wait to play from this side of the screen. “, He said.
So today is my last day at BioWare, I’m going to do new things.
BioWare has been the home of my grateful heart for almost 10 years and I want to wish you all the best. DA ME and SWTOR are in good hands and I can’t wait to play from this side of the screen. #Thanks #BioWare pic.twitter.com/g5zp7hkSV5
– Jonathan Warner (@Bio_Warner) March 26, 2021
According to his LinkedIn page, Warner’s last position at BioWare was Chief of Staff. He was also the game director at BioWare’s Anthem, which struggled to find an audience. BioWare recently canceled plans to revive the game and is instead moving onto new projects.
Before that, he was a games director for nearly six years at BioWare, and before that, he was a senior producer on Mass Effect 3.
Before joining EA and BioWare, Warner worked at The Walt Disney Company for seven years, where he contributed to games such as Cars 2, Toy Story 3, Meet the Robinsons, Chicken Little, and Dragon Ball Z.
Warner isn’t the only longtime employee of a prominent game studio announcing his departure, as 10-year-old Assassin’s Creed writer Darby McDevitt will also be leaving Ubisoft.
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