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Veteran Mass Effect writer Mac Walters is leaving BioWare


Writer Mac Walters, who participated in several BioWare studio works such as Mass Effect 2 and 3 and as director of production for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, has officially announced his departure from the studio after spending nearly two decades in it, to seek a new adventure in a new place.

Where “Malik” moved to his account on the site LinkedIn To share his new news, he described that the past 19 years have been a truly life-changing experience, and that choosing to leave was very difficult.

Mac Walters wrote:

With the new year comes new adventures. As some of you already know at the end of last year I decided to leave BioWare, the past 9 years have been a life changing experience to say the least, and made the choice to leave very difficult. I’ve worked with so many amazing people and it’s hard to make sense of it all and I know I’ll be thinking about it for years to come. Thanks to everyone I’ve had the pleasure of working with, and I wish everyone at BioWare the very best in everything they do, it’s been a real pleasure.

Walters first joined Bioware in September 2003 as a writer on Jade Empire with his second position as Senior Writer on the original Mass Effect, then took on the role of lead writer for Mass Effect 2 and 3 and moved to Anthem as Narrative Director after the conclusion of the Mass Effect trilogy.

He returned to the world of Mass Effect with Andromeda as creative director after Anthem, then worked as creative director for Bioware until June 2019 and then became project director for Mass Effect Legendary Edition.

Most recently, he was working as a production manager on Dragon Age Dreadwolf, whose official release date we don’t know yet.

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