Veteran Bungie staffer David “DeeJ” Dague left the Future studio earlier this 12 months, and now he is landed at Iron Galaxy Studios.
The studio introduced that Dague–the former communications director at Bungie–will be the pinnacle of communications for Iron Galaxy because it begins work on a brand new IP. Moreover, Iron Galaxy has appointed Chelsea Blasko as co-CEO alongside Adam Boyes, the previous PlayStation boss.
Little or no is understood about Iron Galaxy’s new recreation, nevertheless, aside from the truth that it is going to be a “new multiplayer melee fight IP for consoles and PC.”
“Video video games convey individuals collectively within the spirit of pleasant competitors,” Dague stated in an announcement. “This chance with Iron Galaxy is an opportunity to welcome gamers right into a neighborhood that we’ll construct with them. There may be nothing extra thrilling than witnessing gamers uncover a brand-new recreation and are available collectively to outline its tradition. I’m thrilled to be tackling these challenges with my new teammates.”
Iron Galaxy is rising as an organization, leaping from 140 to greater than 175 staffers in 2020, regardless of the challenges created by the pandemic.
“Our supportive work-from-home tradition ensures our workers feels cared for and valued as people. Our deal with creativity, communication, variety, and inclusion has helped us entice and retain one of the best expertise within the enterprise,” Blasko stated.
Within the new position as co-CEO, Blasko will run Iron Galaxy’s day-to-day, whereas additionally “sustaining the well-being of its workers and the tradition of the studio.”
Iron Galaxy is a comparatively new studio, because it was based in 2008. The unbiased firm is understood for its varied port jobs, together with the current Swap variations of Overwatch, Diablo III, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
In complete, Iron Galaxy has launched greater than 65 video games. The studio has places of work in Chicago and Orlando, together with a digital studio in Austin, Texas.
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