This BioWare Senior Editor is set to quit games industry for good

“I had a great time at BioWare”

Senior editor, Cameron Harris, will be leaving BioWare – and the whole video game industry – next month.

Harris has been in gaming since 2007 and worked with high-profile companies like Nintendo and Microsoft before joining BioWare to work on games like Dragon Age: Inquisition, Star Wars: The Old Republic, and, most recently, Mass Effect: Andromeda.

She’s also worked on other games you might remember, like Gears of War 3, Guild Wars 2 and Fable: The Journey.

Discussing her decision to quit on Twitter, Harris said that she’s planning to return to Seattle for new opportunities.

“I’ve decided to exit the video-game industry to return to Seattle for new opportunities there. I’ll be leaving BioWare in mid-April,” Harris said. “I had a great time at BioWare, working with so many talented, passionate folks. I’m grateful for everything you taught me over the years. I wish all the best for my friends and colleagues at BioWare and across the games industry. You are some of the finest people I know.”

“And to the fans especially: thank you for all of your enthusiasm and support over the past several years while I did this games thang. <3”

Harris is the latest in a line of high profile departures from BioWare which include writers Christopher Schlerf and David Gaider, and director Chris Wynn.

Mass Effect: Andromeda remains scheduled to launch sometime in Q1, 2017.

BioWare senior editor Cameron Harris is leaving the video game industry [Eurogamer]

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