Halo Infinite’s lead multiplayer designer has introduced his departure from 343 Industries.
Andrew Witts had joined the developer in 2019, overseeing the event of Halo Infinite’s free multiplayer mode. In a brief however candy tweet, Witts thanked followers and 343 for his three years spent with the corporate. “It has been an honor main the MP design workforce over these years,” he wrote. “Thanks to all Halo followers on your suggestions through the years. We made this recreation for you.” Witts did not announce the place he was off to subsequent however stated he was “going to take a while off to calm down and recharge” first.
It marks yet one more exit for considered one of Halo Infinite’s senior builders. Earlier this yr noticed the sport’s lead narrative designer Aaron Linde leave for Riot Video games, whereas artistic director Tim Longo and challenge director Chris Lee stepped down from their roles in 2019 and 2020 respectively.
Witts’s departure got here the identical day as new data for Infinite’s second season dropped. A brand new enviornment and Massive Crew Battle map are on the agenda, plus new modes and a deal with squashing all these pesky bugs which have endured for the reason that recreation’s launch. It was additionally revealed that co-op nonetheless is not fairly prepared but and will not be releasing alongside Season 2’s launch in Could.