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Bioware co-founder steps down as The Old Repulic studio manager

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Bioware co-founder Greg Zeschuk has stepped down as general manager of Bioware Austin, according to a GamersGlobal report spotted by Eurogamer . 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 .

Tom Senior
Tom Senior

Part of the UK team, Tom was with PC Gamer at the very beginning of the website's launch—first as a news writer, and then as online editor until his departure in 2020. His specialties are strategy games, action RPGs, hack ‘n slash games, digital card games… basically anything that he can fit on a hard drive. His final boss form is Deckard Cain.