After a long and creative career under the roof of Bioware, Mike Laidlaw has made a decision to retire from his job as a director/writer for the company and announced it a couple of hours ago through his personal account on Twitter.
It is only appropriate that in his letter to the public that he ends it with a popular Elven endearment from the Dragon Age series, "Ma Serannas", which means "My thanks/thank you". Mike Laidlaw announced on his personal Twitter feed today that he has left the company, thanking fans and his colleagues.
He doesn't get specific about any future plans, other than a desire to play some "amazing games" that his peers have created over the past few years.
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To everyone who's taken the time to share feedback and experiences, your incredible cosplays and artistic creations: thank you.
He most recently served as creative director on 2014's Dragon Age: Inquisition, and it's yet unclear what his plans for the future are beyond playing (and streaming) some games.
The BioWare community says a tearful goodbye to the man behind some of the most iconic franchises in gaming history. He had been hired by BioWare as a guest writer on a Dragon Age project.
Seemingly to assuage any fan fears (of which there usually are many), Laidlaw said that he has "every confidence that the world we've created together is in good hands" and said that he was "excited" for what the franchise has in store.
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