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Remedy Entertainment’s new CEO is a veteran of Trials developer RedLynx

Tero Virtala has taken the reigns of the studio behind Quantum Break

Tero Vitala, CEO of Remedy, stands at their offices

Tero Virtala, former CEO of Trials developer RedLynx, has been appointed as the new CEO of Remedy Entertainment, creators of Max Payne and Quantum Break.

Virtala replaces Remedy co-founder Markus Mäki, who served as the company’s chief executive for Quantum Break’s final year in development. According to Remedy, Mäki will now return to overseeing studio productions.

In a statement from Remedy Entertainment titled "New Remedy boss unlocked," Virtala said of the company:

At the core of Remedy are truly talented and passionate people, and their proven ability to create unique, world-class gaming experiences. As the company moves towards multiple simultaneous game projects, it will offer more opportunities for the gamers, our people, partners and us as a company.

This is Remedy’s second change of guard since 2015, when Matias Myllyrinne— who served as Remedy’s CEO for seven of his 15 years with the company— departed to join Cyprus-based World of Tanks developer Wargaming.

Remedy is currently developing a story mode for Crossfire 2, the upcoming sequel to one of the most-played online shooters in the world. The developer is also working on another undisclosed project unrelated to its previous IPs.

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