Fabiano has moved to a new role at Destiny developer Bungie.
Peter Fabiano, founder of Resident Evil Village and Global Production at Capcom, has left the company after 13 years.
“It’s hard to write this in the best way. So I decided to keep it simple: Thank you to everyone at Capcom for allowing me to grow with you over the past 13 years,” they explained in a tweet over the weekend. “I am grateful and will always remember this experience.
“Thank you to everyone inside and outside the studio who have supported me over the years.”;
That said, Fabiano hasn’t left the industry at all. Now Fabiano has “taken a position at Bungie, work with great people and continue. [their] Journey” as production manager looks like Destiny as the farewell tweet ends in “eyes up Guardian” (thanks The Gamer).
Thank you to everyone inside and outside the studio for supporting me over the years. I got a new position at Bungie, worked with great people and continued my journey. ?Eyes up the guardian.?
— Peter Fabiano (@PFabiano) May 29, 2021
“for everything [its] Resident Evil Village is an exciting adventure that kept me hooked from start to finish. Although there are twists and turns,” I said in Eurogamer’s review of Resident Evil Village, “but the delightful level design isn’t enough to alleviate the weirdness. unsatisfactory story full of plot And that bizarre final act eventually offends what is horribly good horror.
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