Brian Holinka has been offered a brand new opportunity at Blizzard.
In order to keep with all the latest trend of Blizzard staff being shuffled around to new – and occasionally unannounced – projects, the World of Warcraft’s lead PvP designer is leaving the game. This is in line with an announcement by the man himself, Brian Holinka, writing on the battle.net forums.
Holinka wrote: “A couple of weeks ago, I was supplied a new opportunity at Blizzard that I’m actually excited about. Tomorrow is my last day working on Globe of Warcraft.”
He is leaving naturally adequate, not representing some type of decline for the MMO. “As a longtime player, I couldn’t be additional excited about what the future has in store for World of Warcraft,” he said, “In particular, the PvP team remains tough at operate on some unbelievable plans. I fully expect that the most effective years of World of Warcraft PvP are ahead of us.”
It follows news in April that StarCraft II’s lead gameplay designer David Kim will move onto yet another project inside Blizzard, even though he did not specify which project it can be. In the similar time, names like Dustin Browder and Tom Chilton are also counted among individuals who have moved onto other, as-yet-unannounced projects.
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