The Director of Narrative of Halo Infinite abandon 343 Industries to join Riot Games
Aaron Linde, director of Halo Infinite narrative, has announced through his Twitter account that leaves 343 Industries to start a new career in the Riot Games Department of Development. Linde accompanied the message, in fact, with a small video that referred to Neon Genesis Evangelist:
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I have to communicate something bitterly: I leave 343 industries to look for new opportunities this 2022. It has been a terribly difficult decision. Hallo Infinite will continue to be one of the achievements that most proud of my career throughout my life. I am very grateful for having formed Part of him. I want to thank my colleagues of 343 for having created the best game I've ever worked, to our incredible distribution of voices for having raised our work in each of the lines delivered, and our players for accompanying us On this trip. You have made 2021 an incredibly special year for me.
The Division of Development of Riot Games is one of those in charge of raising projects such as Ruined King and Hex tech Mayhem, or next Song of Nun.
On the other hand, Halo Infinite continues to progress, adding updates and improving some failures reported on the launch, such as the lack of a level selector or the progress of the multiplayer mode.