Independent developer n-Space announced today that former Electronic Arts Vice President and Executive Producer Dan Tudge will be taking on the position of President of the company.
The news which comes courtesy of Gamesindustry International, states that n-Space is seeking to change things up amongst the company’s leadership. Former n-Space President and co-founder Dan O’Leary will be taking up the reins as the company’s new CEO.
Tudge, who has spent more than 10 years cultivating experience in the industry is perhaps best known for his work as executive director of BioWare’s Dragon Age: Origins. He is also no newcomer to running an independent studio, as he founded Exile Interactive back in 2000, and successfully directed World Series Baseball 2K for more than five years.