'Far Cry' developer Clint Hocking quits LucasArts

Clint Hocking leaving LucasArts for mystery project after two years with the company.

Clint Hocking, the former Ubisoft designer who previously worked on both Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory and Far Cry 2, stated today on his blog he has quit LucasArts after two years with the company.

"Yup, that's right, you heard it here first. Unless you heard it somewhere else first," he wrote.

According to Hocking, he currently has another project lined up and is in the process of "dealing with the living hell of relocation."

He gave no reason for his departure and will clarify where he is moving on to "once I get there."

Hocking was initially hired at LucasArts as creative director on an unannounced project. It is still unknown what projects he was working on with the company.

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