The week has started in a somewhat bittersweet way in the world of video games, since we have good news for fans of Nintendo and his next direct. But for his part, 343 Industries it would be losing a key piece of its workers, we are referring to neither more nor less than one of its main founders.
Through a statement, bonnie ross, who helped create the company in charge of the franchise Haloannounced that he will no longer be part of the team, and this is not due to any disagreement he has had with microsoft. It is a medical mishap that must be attended to urgently, so a large amount of your time will have to be invested in it.
While I was hoping to stay with Halo until we release the winter update, I want you to know that I will be leaving 343 and attending to a family medical issue.
I am incredibly proud of the work that all of 343 Industries did on Halo Infinite, the Master Chief Collection, the Halo TV series, and so much more. It has been an honor serving alongside the team for the past 15 years and being a part of the universe I love.
Thanks to everyone in the Halo community for your support. Halo’s future is bright. I can’t wait for you to try out everything we have in store and to support you, as a fan, at the Halo World Championship in October.
— Bonnie Ross (@PlutonForEver) September 12, 2022
Given this, its own 343 He also gave a few words to bid farewell to Ross:
After more than 28 years in games at Microsoft, including 15 years leading 343 Industries and Halo through its most ambitious steps, Bonnie Ross will be leaving Microsoft and spending more time with her family. We are grateful for her leadership of 343 during which the team released Halo 4, Halo 5, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, the Halo television series, and Halo Infinite. We wish you the best. Production head Pierre Hintze will become studio head effective immediately. The team at 343 is hard at work shipping the Winter Update, the biggest update to Halo Infinite since its release.
Remember that halo-infinite Is available in Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.
Via: Windows Center