Kevin Bruner, who co-based and has led journey sport developer Telltale for the previous few years, has stepped down from the corporate.
Bruner took over the role of CEO from fellow co-founder Dan Conners in 2015, overseeing the improvement of games like Minecraft: Story Mode, The strolling lifeless: Michonne, and Batman: The Telltale collection. Bruner will probably be staying on the board of administrators as the role transitions again to Conners.
This comes after news of the departure of four Telltale staff, who headed to Ubisoft to work on narratives for the latter’s future projects.
In a commentary to recreation Informer, Telltale Head of inventive Communications Job Stauffer stated “With Kevin departing, Telltale is lucky to have Dan here to step again seamlessly into the CEO position.”
With The walking lifeless: Frontier nonetheless underway and both Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale series and recreation of Thrones: Season Two on the way, it’ll be attention-grabbing to see how the company evolves with Conners on the helm.