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Mike Capps leaves Epic Games

"So, yes, I’m no longer affiliated with Epic. I have many wonderful memories, and wish my friends the best in their future projects."

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john22027d ago

Well, I think most of us saw that coming the moment Mike said that he was leaving his position a couple of months ago. It took him a while, but now he's off

Abash2027d ago

I wonder whats going on? Its not the best sign when so many top people at Epic are leaving especially with a big game of their's releasing this month

zeal0us2027d ago

Well at least he's not leaving epic and moving to Zynga or similar crappy company.

nukeitall2026d ago

I do wonder what is going on at Epic, but there is still plenty of talent left at Epic.

However, if we start seeing more people leaving and nobody joining, then Epic should really start to be concerned.

Too bad, we don't get to hear the dirty laundry until years afterwards.

Bumpmapping2027d ago

Damn there dropping like flies.

BanBrother2027d ago (Edited 2027d ago )

Which might indicate review scores for the newest Gears game will be doing the same thing. Though hopefully not.

Didn't this all start after that Chinese company bought a major stake in them? We seriously need an answer. I don't mean to sound all entitled, but I think us gamers deserve an explanation. C'mon, let us know.

EDIT: Oh yeah, that guy has a potato head.

Kingdom Come2026d ago (Edited 2026d ago )

I don't think you're aware as to how long certain members of Epic had been working there. Cliffy B had spent a huge percentage of his life (20 years) at Epic, and wanted a break from the games industry. Rod Fergesson left to take up a higher position at Irrational and Mike Capp's stepped down last December, after working at Epic for a large amount of time so he can spend more time with his family. There's nothing suspicious to it...

Software_Lover2027d ago

Do we need a story everytime someone leaves a gaming company?

Qrphe2027d ago

We have tons of lower-quality articles everyday. At least this is related to the actual videogame industry.

morganfell2027d ago

He isn't leaving in the traditional sense.

""Mike Capps is retiring from his role as president of Epic Games to take on the ultimate boss battle of fatherhood and spend more time with his family. He will continue to serve on Epic's board of directors and advise on the development of our games. We thank Mike for the 10 years he's spent leading our studio, implementing practices that enable us to create amazing games and technology, and making Epic one of the best places to work.""

porkChop2027d ago (Edited 2027d ago )

That was back in December though. Mike Capps has now said "So, yes, I’m no longer affiliated with Epic. I have many wonderful memories, and wish my friends the best in their future projects."

So I don't think he's on the board of directors anymore as that would be an affiliation.

Edit: Yup. He left completely.
http://www.polygon.com/2013...

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