Former Mass Effect Andromeda Director Moves to Work on H1Z1, Teases “Plenty to Talk About”

on January 25, 2016 4:51 PM

Back in December, Former Mass Effect Andromeda Development Director Chris Wynn left Bioware, and the development of the upcoming space RPG, and today we learn about his new creative home.

Wynn announced on Twitter that he moved to Daybreak Games (formerly Sony Online Entertainment) to work on the company’s online zombie survival game H1Z1 as Executive Producer.

Interestingly, Wynn also teased “plenty” to talk about in the coming months, stating that he couldn’t be more excited for the future of the game.

It’ll certainly be interesting to hear what Wynn has to say about the upcoming features for Daybreak’s zombie apocalypse, but we’ll have to wait a little while for that. Could it also be released to the teased console version? Time will tell.

 /  Executive News Editor
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