Struggling publisher THQ lost another high level executive as Angela Emery, the company's vice president of corporate communications, has left, according to a statement from THQ.
Emery's departure is the latest in a growing list of changes at THQ this year, following the appointment of Jason Rubin as company president and the exit of Danny Bilson, previously the company's executive vice president of core games. That change in leadership led to the cancellation of previously announced games including Valhalla Game Studios' Devil's Third and Guillermo del Toro's Insane.
Earlier this week, Joe Madureira, creative director and co-founder of THQ-owned studio Vigil Games, announced his departure from the Darksiders developer.
Emery joined THQ in April 2011 after an eight-year stint at the Disney Interactive Studios. She reported directly to THQ CEO Brian Farrell.
In a statement to Polygon, a THQ spokesperson said, "Angela Emery, Vice President of Communications, has left THQ to pursue other opportunities. Angela made significant contributions to our corporate communications effort during her time here, and we wish her all the best in her future endeavors."