Shinji Mikami leaves Tango Gameworks, the software house of Hi-Fi Rush and The Evil Within – Nerd4.life
Shinji Mikami represent Leave Tango Works game, is the development studio he founded twelve years ago and who is currently the CEO. Right now, the announcement is not public, but it was emailed to Software House staff, an email viewed and verified by TrueAchievements, sent by Bethesda Senior Vice President Todd Vaughn.
“I am writing to let you know that studio head Shinji Mikami has decided to leave Tango Gameworks in the coming months,” Vaughn read the email. Mikami-san has been the creative leader and mentor for young Tango developers for 12 years through his work on the Evil Within series, Ghostwire: Tokyo and of course Hi-Fi Rush.
Its Tango Gameworks will continue to support Ghostwire: Tokyo and Hi-Fi Rush, while Bethesda executives will work with those at the studio to determine the future.
Shinji Mikami is one of the most important names in the world of video game development in Japan, father among others of this series vampire. Tango Gameworks was founded in 2010 and acquired by Zenimax. The first game, The Evil Within, was released in 2014, with a sequel arriving in 2017. On Ghostwire: Tokyo, Hi-Fi Rush Mikami served as executive producer.
king Hi Fay Rush It received a special mention in Vaughn’s email, who called it “one of the most successful Bethesda and Xbox releases in years,” adding that the game “generated positive momentum for the Tango business.”
No mention of future By Mikami, that is, on what his plans are and on the reasons for his farewell.
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