Unfortunately for fans, Halo is not going through its prime. The departure of Joseph Staten from Xbox and Microsoft was recently confirmed. Now, reports indicate that there is another important loss for the franchise, since its creative director apparently also left the companies.
We refer to Frank O’Connor, who has worked on the franchise for almost 2 decades. According to Windows Central, the creative recently modified his LinkedIn profile, where he is no longer listed as the director of the saga today. In his place is a new undisclosed position, suggesting that his days with Halo may have come to an end.
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Apparently, Frank O’Connor left Microsoft and Halo
If the creative’s name doesn’t ring a bell, you should know that O’Connor has worked on Halo since 2004. He was in the Bungie era and then joined Microsoft in 2008 to handle many aspects of the narrative side of the game. popular franchise.
Thus, as part of 343 Industries, he did fundamental work for the growth of the saga in all areas. O’Connor has been at the helm of several games, novel adaptations, and also collaborated on the narrative of the Halo television series.
As of this writing, O’Connor has not confirmed his departure from Microsoft as such or discussed the changes to his LinkedIn profile. However, it is suspected that the news will become official soon and Halo will be left without another of its legends.
For now, there is nothing left to do but wait for the creative or Microsoft to talk about it. If confirmed, it will undoubtedly be another bad news for fans of the saga. Mainly because of everything that has happened recently at 343 Industries and what happened with Halo Infinite during its premiere.
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