It looks like ArenaNet is losing yet another member of its team. Guild Wars 2 game designer Keaven Freeman unveiled on his personal blog that he will be leaving the studio after nearly five years, which includes a long body of work on Living World updates from Jormag Rising to A Crack in the Ice.
“Working on Guild Wars 2 these last four (going on five) years has been an adventure full of friends, learning, growth, and professional development,” writes Freeman. “I wouldn’t trade it for anything.”
As for where Freeman is going next, he confirmed that he will be joining the development team of Kingdom Maker, the mobile fantasy MMO that we touched on back in October. “I am very excited about this move and am really looking forward to getting to work with some amazing people on what promises to be a spectacular game,” he writes.