Destiny designer joins Bethesda

Destiny and Halo: Reach senior gameplay designer Josh Hamrick has announced his departure from Bungie to join Bethesda in an unspecified role.

Hamrick – who joined Bungie in 2009 – revealed the news in a series of posts on Twitter earlier today.

"Next Friday, after nearly 6 amazing years and w/ [Halo: Reach] & Destiny on the shelf, I say goodbye to my Bungie family… I’m going to Bethesda Studios,” Hamrick said.

"Again, I need to say how much the team Bungie means to me. I’ve learned so much from them and made tons of lifelong friends during my stay."

No word on what franchises Hamrick will focus on, though Bethesda has dropped hints of a big reveal to take place during the studio’s upcoming E3 press conference in June.

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