Bioware co-founder Greg Zeschuk has stepped down as general manager of Bioware Austin, according to a
report spotted by
. He'll be replaced by former Major League Gaming CEO Matt Bromberg. A statement from EA explains that "Greg is still with EA. He's now back in Canada, taking time off and thinking about new projects."
The EA statement asserts that Bioware co-founder Ray Muzyka won't be changing roles and indicate that Zeschuk "outlined his plan to return to his family in Edmonton for a much deserved vacation" back in May.
The change of management follows a spate of
layoffs at the Bioware Austin
, and arrives shortly after the announcement that Star Wars: The Old Republic will be
moving to a free to play model
later this year after a significant dip in subscribers. TOR can currently be played for free
up to level 15