Bioware Director Mike Laidlaw Leaves Company After 14 Years

Bioware Director Mike Laidlaw Leaves Company After 14 Years

Bioware Director Mike Laidlaw Leaves Company After 14 Years

BioWare's Mike Laidlaw, the designer and creative director known for his work on Mass Effect, Jade Empire and the Dragon Age series, has announced that he's leaving after 14 years with the studio. One wonders if Guns N' Roses' "14 Years" will be playing throughout the BioWare office.

As for his immediate plans, the Dragon Age creative director said he wants to reconnect with some awesome games.

"It's with a mix of emotions that I'm announcing my time at BioWare has ended", he told fans.

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Over the past couple of years, Mass Effect and Dragon Age developer BioWare has lost several employees in key roles.

Laidlaw had previously hinted at new Dragon Age games, telling fans that there is no planned ending for the franchise.

Laidlaw also says that he has been "lucky to work with some of the most talented and hardworking people in the industry" and that it has "been an honor to be a part of the Dragon Age team".

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Laidlaw doesn't specify if he has plans to continue his work in game development, but he does say that he'll be "reconnecting with all the wonderful games and worlds that my peers have created".

To anyone who's taken the time to share feedback and experiences, your awesome cosplays and artistic creations: thank you. Your passion inspires and I look forward to our next adventure together.

The next Dragon Age game may have just suffered a big blow, but we know the franchise as a whole certainly has.

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