Former BioWare GM joins SpatialOS creator Improbable


According to a recent article published by Gamasutra, British tech company Improbable has hired former BioWare General Manager Aaryn Flynn to help expand its new Edmonton, Alberta office. Improbable is primarily known for its SpatialOS game-development platform, which is notably being used by developer Bossa Studios to create its upcoming craft-and-build sandbox MMO Worlds Adrift, among other MMORPGs.

Flynn, noted in the company’s press release as “a key player in the development of the hugely critically and commercially successful Dragon Age and Mass Effect video game franchises,” joins Improbable’s first Canadian office, which “will build tools that will be available to developers using SpatialOS, to make it easier to develop using SpatialOS across a wide range of game types.” Of the SpatialOS platform, Flynn says, “I believe that SpatialOS is going to transform how people make and play games,” adding, “We have some plans for our next steps, and we’re looking forward to talking more about them as they grow.”

Source: Gamasutra, 2
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