EA executive Patrick Söderlund announces departure
EA and DICE government Patrick Söderlund is leaving the corporate after practically twenty years.

The announcement was made by EA CEO Andrew Wilson, who wrote a statement relating to Söderlund’s departure, which was shared with workers after which on the official EA web site. 

In line with Wilson’s announcement, Söderlund will depart the corporate later this 12 months to “start a brand new chapter”. Nevertheless, neither Wilson nor Söderlund have revealed what this may entail. 

Who’s Patrick Söderlund?

Söderlund is the Chief Design Officer of EA, that means he’s in command of the group’s design initiatives. He’s served virtually 20 years on the firm, with roles together with CEO of DICE (the studio behind the Battlefield collection) and the Govt Vice President Of Worldwide Studios at EA. As well as, he oversaw growth of the Frostbite Engine, which is now customary use for DICE titles.

It’s been a rocky 12 months for Söderlund, who has taken the brunt of the loot field controversy surrounding Star Wars Battlefront 2, leading to him admitting EA “got it wrong” with microtransactions and vowing that the writer would be taught from its errors. 

What does this imply for EA?

EA is shuffling round a few of its groups, however no main modifications have been introduced as of but. Saying Söderlund’s departure, Wilson pledged that EA will “lean into the expertise and experience” of its staff and work on making creativity at Digital Arts “a central aspect” of the corporate’s technique. 

EA hasn’t introduced who will exchange Söderlund however, going by the announcement it appears he’ll see out a three-month transition interval earlier than departing utterly.


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