After a year of shakeups at BioWare, the game developer now has a new general manager… who is the same as it’s old general manager. Sort of.BioWare announced that it was promoting interim general manager Gary McKay to full-time, super-awesome studio general manager. McKay replaced Casey Hudson, who departed the company studio last December, and has only been with BioWare since early 2020.
In his inaugural pep talk, McKay said, “We’re laser-focused on releasing the types of games BioWare has built a reputation on: high-quality console, PC, and online RPG games with rich stories, unforgettable characters, and vast worlds. We continue to work on the next Dragon Age and Mass Effect — and this is a milestone year being the 10th anniversary with more to come from Star Wars: The Old Republic.”
BioWare’s weathered a rocky year in which it effectively ended development on Anthem, struggled with Star Wars: The Old Republic output, and launched the Mass Effect legendary edition.