Warren Spector No Longer With Disney

January 29, 2013 -

Polygon has confirmed that Epic Mickey developer Warren Spector is no longer a part of Disney's games business. He along with everyone else at Junction Point Studios is now out of work.

Spector served as the president of Junction Point and VP at Disney Interactive. He co-founded the studio in 2004 with Art Min - later selling it Disney. In light of today's events, Spector has changed his LinkedIn profile to reflect his current situation: an unemployed job seeker.

"Wondering what comes next?... Want to talk?" Spector wrote on his LinkedIn profile.

Spector is best known for creating the Deus Ex series and working on various Thief games while at Ion Storm / Eidos. Spector has credits on such classics as Ultima VI: The False Prophet, Ultima VII Part II: Serpent Isle, Ultima VII Part II: The Silver Seed, System Shock, Wing Commander II, Wing Commander Privateer, Ultima Underworld II, Ultima: Worlds of Adventure 2 - Martian Dreams, Dragonsphere, and many more.

No doubt Spector will be back to work somewhere soon given his extensive resume and creativity.

Source: Polygon


 
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