Thu October 4, 2012
Gaming Studio Bethesda Issues an Austin Battlecry
Battlecry will be headed up by long-time producer Rich Vogel, who best known for his work with gaming developer BioWare. Vogel left Bioware in July during BioWare’s second round of layoffs at the company.
President of Bethesda Softworks Vlatko Andonov said in a statement that he is looking “forward to working with [Vogel] on a new exciting project.”
Bethesda mentioned “an unannounced project” in their press release, but no other details were given. Gaming website IGN is speculating that the project may have to do with the much anticipated “The Elder Scrolls Online.”
Battlecry is Bethesda’s second game studio in Austin after Arkane Studios. Battlecry is currently in the process of searching for several positions including a Monetization Designer, an Art Director and several other positions.