“It feels like the time is right”.
There’s some big news coming out of Elder Scrolls and Fallout creator Bethesda, with the head of publishing Pete Hines calling time on his long-running career at the company.
After 24 years of leadership, Hines is retiring and will begin an “exciting new chapter” of his life to explore other interests and passions. He says it wasn’t a decision that “came easily or quickly” but after the “incredible launch” of the company’s new IP and game Starfield, he felt the time was right.
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