Steppin’ on down.
Telltale has grown a lot over the past five or six years since they began work on their Walking Dead series. Now, their range has expanded to Minecraft, actual TV shows, and big comic book properties. Today, their CEO and co-founder Kevin Bruner has announced that he’ll be stepping down in his role from the company.
Bruner, who became CEO after taking over from fellow Telltale co-founder Dan Conners two years ago, oversaw development for the Walking Dead: Michonne series, Minecraft: Story Mode, and the recent Batman season. While he’ll still be staying on the board of directors for the time being–it’s not clear if he’s just stepping down or leaving the company completely– Conners will once again take over the role of CEO. In his memo to the company, Bruner stated that the company “is bigger than I ever dreamed it would be…There are many possible futures for Telltale, and all of them are exciting and uniquely challenging. The time has come to pass the reins to someone that can better drive Telltale to the next level and realize all the potential that is here.”
In other Telltale news, it’s been revealed that the third episode of Walking Dead: A New Frontier will be arriving to systems at the end of the month on Mar. 28. The studio is also hard at work on season two of their Game of Thrones series and the debut season of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy.
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