Activision Blizzard loses more employees. Some are separated, and some leave alone. The latter belongs to a group Jeff Kaplan, who announced today that he’s ending his nineteen-year adventure with a snowstorm. The director of Overwatch and Overwatch 2 will leave before the end of the last project, but his creation will not be threatened. Aaron Keeler will take over Kaplan’s position.
Kaplan’s decision was publicly announced on an official basis the side Play it through Twitter. With warm words Thanks Blizzard employees for the nearly two spent together ?? Amazing ?? A decade ago, but he did not say why he left. One can only search for it among the words of the Creator Overwacha Developers who collaborate with him? They should be well known to fans of the popular shooter:
(??) Don’t accept the world as it seems. Always have the courage to see him as he can be. I hope you do the same.
Jeff Kaplan. ?? Source: IGN.
At the same time as Kaplan’s departure, Aaron Keeler was introduced to a wider audience. Will replace him as director Overwacha. He has also been with Blizzard for eighteen years and He was a key member of the team behind the game, and the changing of the Guard is not supposed to affect the process of creating “Satan”. And Keeler himself confirmed, who said that the work on the game is progressing well and that we will learn this year about interesting information about it ?? New manager Overwatcha 2 He also noted that he never aspired to wear Kaplan shoes, but now that he’s got them, he’s excited and honored by community service in a new role.
Aaron Keeler. ?? Source: GamerBraves.
The departure of Jeff Kaplan caused a small earthquake in the game world. Fans Overwacha They basically thanked him for his work so far (although there were also a few who now had a chance to succeed in the opinion of only “two”) and wished him good luck in his further career. Famous people in the field also participated, such as Jason Schreier (Bloomberg) or Geoff Keighley (The Game Awards).That highlighted the dedication and passion that characterized Kaplan.