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Activision Snags Visceral Games Leaders

Two key players from EA studio Visceral Games are now with rival publisher Activision. EA confirmed today that Visceral general manager Glenn Schofield and chief operating officer Michael Condrey have left the Dead Space developer.

Schofield and Condrey apparently informed Visceral employees of the decision this week. Rumor has it that they will be heading up a new Activision studio in San Mateo, California. Activision hasn't officially announced the studio, which was only hinted at by recent job postings.

Visceral Games was formerly known as EA Redwood Shores until being rebranded in May. The company is currently working on Dead Space Extraction, Dante's Inferno, and two unannounced titles.

Pete Haas

Staff Writer at CinemaBlend.