Char Grenier thanked Vince Zampella for his exit
Chad Grenier, co-founder of Respawn and a member of the team behind Titan fall And Apex Legends, leaving the studio after 11 years.
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In a post on Respawn Website, the developer spoke about his time in the studio.
“Few words can beautifully describe my 11 years at Respawn. After helping co-found the studio, bring Titan fall universe to life, and begin the incredible experiment that is Apex Legends It has been an unforgettable ride to say the least. But today, this crazy chapter has come to an end.”
Before his closing remarks, he thanks Vince Zampella, the head of Respawn.
“For Vince and the entire team at Respawn, creating great games has never been easier and it is an honor to create these worlds and experiences with you. I am very proud of all that we have built together and look forward to these years to come.” Excited about the prospects of the franchise.”
He ends his heartfelt letter by saying:
“Even after all this time, I still feel a baby leaving the nest, and, strange as it sounds, leaving a family behind. I share the experiences and lessons learned from this incredible group by me on the road.” I will put in everything that needs to be done. In my absence, it might be difficult to see the sport flourish and succeed, but that’s a good thing.”
Grenier’s departure comes at the same time that design director Jason McCord has left the studio.
today is my last day @Respawn,
11 Years, 11 Seasons of Apex, 11 Shipped Maps. I thought that was clear.
It’s hard to give up on the sport and team you love.
But, the time has come for something new.
No plans yet. Going to walk the earth for a while and recharge. stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/qLKA2iXca9
— Jason McCord (@MonsterclipRSPN) 3 December 2021
EA recently announced major development restructuring to expand Battlefield With Vince Zampella of the franchise, Respawn at the helm. Zampella will play an important role, as he is now fully responsible Battlefield Voting. DICE GM Oscar Gabrielson has also been announced to leave the company to pursue new ventures outside EA.
elsewhere, Final Fantasy 14The director and producer, Naoki Yoshida, has shared an update on how the development team will address the problems with the game’s servers.