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Dragon Age writer stops after seventeen years at Bioware
Writer David Gaider leaves Bioware after 17 years, he tells in a tweet. Gaider worked on games like Dragon Age: Inquisition and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. It is not yet clear where he will go to work.
BioWare Gaider allows further Polygon know that his choice is to go away after a long time at the company. There would have been no question of a conflict, he would have needed a new challenge. He does not say where he is going, he announced at a later date.
Canadian writer began in 1999 at Bioware with Baldur’s Gate 2: Shadows of Amn. In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, he was responsible for such iconic characters as HK-47. He also had a large share in the Neverwinter Nights series. In 2014 he wrote a blog post in which he experiences shared how it is to work as a gay man in the game industry.
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