Bonnie Ross, the studio's head, has left 343 Industries

Bonnie Ross, the studio's head, has left 343 Industries

The longtimelead is stepping down due to a family medical problem.

Bonnie Ross, the founder and CEO of 343 Industries, is leaving the studio. Ross, after 15 years leading 343 at Microsoft, has officially confirmed her departure.

The studio''s head has said that she will leave the company to answer a family medical issue.

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While I had planned to stay with until the Christmas Update was released, I am letting you know I will be leaving 343 and attending to a family medical issue.

I am incredibly happy about the work everyone at 343 Industries has done with, the television series, and so many more. It has been an honor to work alongside the team for the last 15 years and to become a part of a world I love.

Thank you to all those in the community for your support. It''s time for you to experience what we have in store, and to cheer alongside you, as a fan, in the World Championship in October!


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Ross has a long-standing relationship with Microsoft, having worked on a number of franchises in the past, culminating in the release of 343 Industries in 2007. This year, the company made 343 a smooth launch, which eventually surpassed the ship''s weight and became quite a stellar collection.

Withexperiencing similar ailments now, it will be interesting to see how 343 progresses. According to a statement from Windows Central, Pierre Hintze will immediately step in as studio head. Bryan Koski will take on the role of GM of Franchise. Elizabeth Van Wyck takes charge of business and operations.

There''s still more to do to prepare for the Winter Update soon.

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