Ghostcrawler, former lead designer of Riot Games’ League Of Legends, has announced his impending retirement from the gaming industry due to poor health and personal issues.
Greg “Ghostcrawler” Street is the lead designer for Riot Games, and has been with the company since 2007. He recently said that Riot’s upcoming MMO will likely be his last major franchise.
The not-so-secret MMORPG from Riot Games is “likely” to be Executive Producer Greg “Ghostcrawler” Street’s last major gaming project.
This is according to a Twitter thread in which the Riot executive producer admitted that the MMO “will be a good final act” in his storied development career that spanned Age of Empires III, World of Warcraft, and League of Legends.
“There is no certainty this game will ship,” Street remarked of his current project. “I merely sail the ship and look for sea creatures,” he said, crediting the whole crew for their efforts on the MMO.
So, how’s it doing with the MMO? He remarked, “It’s looking excellent.” “Best team I’ve ever worked with, and I’ve worked with a lot of terrific teams.” Everything is going swimmingly. I’m only stating the fact that Riot’s game standards are high, as are user expectations. We will not release a game that is unsatisfactory.”
There’s no assurance that this game will be released. We are hopeful, but you never know until it happens. If it succeeds, it will be the fourth big franchise I’ve worked on (after AoE, WoW, and LoL), and most likely the last. And I’m perfectly OK with it. It’ll be a fantastic last act.
— Greg Street (@Ghostcrawler) April 8, 2022
The “greg street v103 age” is a blog post by Greg Street, the former lead designer of Riot Games. In the post, he says that his next game will likely be his last major franchise.
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