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Eric Holmes Leaves Epic For Warner Bros. Interactive

by Ben Reeves on Oct 24, 2011 at 08:06 AM

Developer Eric Holmes – best know for his work at Radical Entertainment where he spearheaded games like Prototype and The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction – announced today that he was leaving Epic Games for a new position at Warner Bros. Montreal studio.

After releasing the well-received The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction, Holmes acted as lead designer for the first Prototype before moving to Epic Games and helping release the iOS hit Infinity Blade. Many speculated that Holmes was working on Epic’s upcoming Samaritan project, but this morning the designer announced that he was leaving Epic for a new position at Warner Bros Montreal.

“It's with mixed emotions that I announce my departure from Epic Games.” Holmes said via twitter. “My best to all my brothers and sisters making the magic in NC.

We’ve always appreciated Homes work, and wish him the best at his new job, and look forward to hearing more about his upcoming Warner Bros. project.