Mass Effect Update: Andromeda Lead Writer Leaves Bioware for Bungie
Less than five months ago, the lead writer of Mass Effect: Andromeda Chris Schlerf announced his departure from the company for Destiny developer Bungie. When the news first came out, the fans of Andromeda were saddened, but at the end of the day, they were assured of the real happenings. He joined BioWare in its last year’s Montreal to work on the next Mass Effect title.
However, it announced on Monday night via Twitter that he was about to head to Bungie. Bungie is an American video game developer situated in Washington, United States. It was established in May 1991 as the Bungie Software Products Corporation.
If you can remember, Chris Schlerf has previously operated and shared his skills and talents in the Seattle area at about 343 Industries on the Halo 4. He said that working with Andromeda was his greatest experiences throughout his career life. He even shared his beliefs that the Mass Effect video game would fascinate people, and he could not have been happier and proud to be one of the people who worked hard for it. He was a senior staffer of the Mass Effect Andromeda development team for almost two years, as stated on his LinkedIn page.
One of his duties on Andromeda include the expansion of the traditional BioWare storytelling techniques and tools in the latest areas leveraging acceleration player agency and choice, in a world synchronous and narrative storytelling.
At the end of 2015, there is another top ranking Andromeda developer named Chris Wynn that left BioWare. Andromeda will launch in fall 2016 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.