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Wednesday, 29 June 2011 07:31

Kaos boss moves to Ubisoft Red Storm

Written by David Stellmack
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Votypka to be senior creative director
Now that Kaos Studios has been closed, some of the creative forces behind Homefront are looking for new employment. Kaos Studios Boss David Votypka is one such former Kaos employee that has apparently opted not to move to THQ Montreal.

Instead, Votypka is becoming a senior creative director at Ubisoft Red Storm in North Carolina, according to his LinkedIn profile. Ubisoft Red Storm, of course, is one of the studios who works on the Tom Clancy-branded titles and is currently working on an unannounced Rainbow Six title, if rumors are correct.

No one seems to know what Votypka will be working on at Red Storm. We suspect that we will hear more once he gets settled in.


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