Multiple senior members of the Borderlands 3 development team are leaving Gearbox Software to work on a new project together. But Gearbox founder Randy Pitchford says that the split is amicable, according to Axios.
Axios reported that senior producer Christopher Brock, lead mission designer Keith Schuler, and art director Scott Kester, along with creative director Paul Sage, lead character artist Kevin Penrod, and UX director Christ Strasz are all leaving Gearbox, some of whom have been at the studio for over a decade.
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The 7 senior developers left to work on a new project together. Almost all of them were previously working on an unannounced Gearbox project that was currently in pre-production.
However, Pitchford says that their departure “will cause minimal disruption in our current plans,” and that new team members are being over to this project. Pitchford added that a bulk of Gearbox’s devs are focused on finishing Tiny Tina’s Wonderland “which is on-track,” Pitchford says.
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