After 19 years of service at Blizzard Entertainment, Jeff Kaplan is retiring.
The person who took the game under the parachute Note and observe 2 He only had good words to share with his previous employer:
“I’m leaving Blizzard Entertainment after a great 19 years. It was a real honor to have the opportunity to create worlds and champions for this passionate audience. I would like to express my deep gratitude to all of the people at Blizzard who have supported our games, development teams, and gamers. I would like to especially thank the wonderful game developers who have been around. Share this creative adventure with me.Don’t accept the world as it seems: Always try to dare to see what it can become. Jeff Kaplan said, “I hope you do the same.” PlayOverwatch.com.
Big Legacy for Jeff Kaplan
The veteran developer played a major role in designing many of Blizzard’s most well-known licenses.
Jeff Kaplan was nothing short of a studio staple. He worked as a designer on the following games:
- Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos (2002)
- World of Warcraft (2004)
- World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade (2007)
- World of Warcraft: The Lich King’s Fury (2008)
- Titan (2013, canceled)
- Watching the movie Overwatch 2016
Overwatch 2 won’t be in the dark
The news had a bombshell effect in the Overwatch 2 community. Ever since Jeff Kaplan took on the role of the principal designer of the continuation of FPS, many have questioned whether its development has not been compromised.
Aaron Keeler announced that he carried the torch from his colleague. He is part of the small circle of creators behind the first Overwatch and also has over 15 years of experience with Blizzard.
Here is an excerpt from what he said about the situation: “Without pretending to take Jeff’s place, I’m excited to take on the role of game manager. I will continue to be a part of the game. The team that put all their heart, talent, and focus into the next iteration of Overwatch. I am honored to continue. In the service of this wonderful community. ”