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Eternal Crusade creative director left the project

Varian sobered as he hung up his leather chest piece. “My father tried to protect me, too. Didn’t work. The realities of life have a way of intruding.” He looked at Arthas. “I’m trained to fight. I’m not trained to teach fighting. I might hurt you.”

David Ghozland, creative director of Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusaders, leaving the project. In the eternal crusade forum, he said the following communities:

Warhammer 40,000 I leave today I tell you a heavy heart: the eternal crusade. I have been honored to be your creative director in the past 2 years. I gave up as I can on this project, I was proud of what the team within the project limits can be achieved. I know there will be a lot of left nearly α and the team have a credible plan to provide a great game, next year. I do not know what I what to do next, but there are many exciting opportunities, I am currently considering. I want to thank you and Warhammer 40,000: Eternal firm support punitive expeditions, and for the journey experience and emotion. See you soon in closed alpha battlefield!

Ghozland has been completed on schedule in his employment projects amazing job, and I’m sure he will be community and other members of the team are not to be missed. For those of you who do not know, Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade for the upcoming sci-fi MMO third-person shooter based on Games Workshop Warhammer 40,000 setting company. Game closed beta will be available only to founder, he emphasized the dedication and involvement of team founder’s intentions in the development process. Games will be available to the public in 2016.

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