Clint Hocking quits as LucasArts creative director
Clint Hocking has announced that he has left his post as the creative director at LucasArts.
Hocking took up the job two years ago after leaving Ubisoft where he had made considerable contributions to the Splinter Cell series and Far Cry 2 over a period of nine years.
He said on his blog, "I recently left my job at LucasArts and am moving on to something new. Unlike last time, (and mercifully less wordy) I already have something lined up and I am currently in the process of dealing with the living hell of relocation. I will let the world know where I am going once I get there. Unless you already know."
In his time at LucasArts he is believed to have been working on two unannounced projects.
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