4 more people left the gaming company Infinity ward.
Four more key talents have reportedly quit their job from the troubled Call of Duty studio, Infinity Ward. According to Kotaku, "sources close to the studio" have confirmed the departure of a couple developers.
The first pair includes two lead designer's of Modern Warfare 2, Steve Fukuda and Zied Reike, who reportedly left the studio yesterday following the earlier departure of Senior Animator Bruce Ferriz and another MW 2 lead designer, Mackey McCandlish. Fukuda has been part of the famed CoD studio since January 2002 while Rieke had been with Infinity Ward since the formation of the studio.
Sources close to the studio also reportsd the departure of programmer Rayme Vinson and lead artist Chris Cherubini. When contacted by the blog, Cherubini confirmned his departure from the studio.
and 2 more people
Via IGN and Kotaku
The Infinity Ward team is getting smaller and smaller by the day as two more key developers has reportedly left the Call of Duty studio. Senior Animator Bruce Ferriz and Modern Warfare 2 lead designer Mackey McCandlish has quit the studio following the earlier departure of long-time programmer Jon Shiring.
Ferriz confirmed to IGN that he left the studio earlier this month and has now joined Santa Monica-based developer Big Red Button Entertainment while another long-time IW staffer, Mackey McCandlish, announced his departure via his Facebook account and simply tweeted:
Thanks idub, we had a great 8+ year run going there. Thanks for lunch everyone!