Joe Ziegler, Riot Games’ game director Valuable substance, To be continue from the game to work on something new. In a post on Riot Games website, Ziegler announced its move after eight years of work on the popular competitive shooter, a year after its official launch.
In the post, he expressed gratitude to his fans and colleagues as he passed the baton to his successor:
“After eight years working on Valorant, building it from the ground up with a team of dedicated and passionate developers who have worked tirelessly to serve you all with the respect and admiration that You guys deserve it, I’ll give up the mantle of my good friend Andy Ho [senior director of game direction at Riot]. ”
Where Ziegler will go next is anyone’s guess, though that will still be up to Riot. As we all know, Riot has a lot of burning irons, many of us still don’t know about it. But either way, the change in leadership is an interesting development for a game that has been on fire since its official release a year ago. What this means for the game is anyone’s guess.
Riot has made a lot of news lately, especially after the settlement sex discrimination lawsuit filed against it. Even so, its games are still extremely popular, and even its foray into animation has been met with positive review. Riot seems like a growing company right now.
Valorant is available now for PC.
https://www.vg247.com/valorant-director-leaving-new-project-riot Director Valorant leaves game development