Jonathan Warner, who directed Anthem, one of the biggest disappointments of recent years, left BioWare.
Jonathan Warner, who, in addition to being the director of the play Anthem, also worked in important projects under the umbrella of Bioware, announced that he left the company after 10 years of work. As you know, the Anthem game has been one of the biggest disappointments of recent years and the face of the game has changed greatly with the pressure of EA Games. After projects like Anthem Next were also canceled, Warner announced that they had parted ways with the company.
Jonathan Warner leaves BioWare.
After the fiasco in Anthem, EA Games first announced the Anthem Next project, but with the decision taken last month, this project was also shelved. EA Games, aiming to establish a large team for this project last year, gave up this decision especially after the Covid-19 outbreak and subsequently the Anthem Next project was included among the games that were shelved. With the cancellation of this game, Jonathan Warner separation has also come. it happened.
In a statement made by Warner social media accounts; “Today is my last day at Bioware. I’m continuing to do something new. I express my gratitude to the Bioware company that has been home to my heart for about 10 years and I wish them the best. Dragon Age, Mass Effect and Star Wars: The Old Republic are in good hands and this is your screen. I can’t wait to play these productions on your side. ” gave place to the statements.
Warner, who previously worked as a test manager at companies such as Wat Disney and Microsoft, has been working under Bioware since 2012.