Resident Evil Village producer and Global Production at Capcom, Japan founder Peter Fabiano has left the company after 13 years.
"Hard to write this best so I've decided to keep it simple: Thank you everyone at Capcom for allowing me to grow together with you over the past 13 years," they explained in a tweet over the weekend. "I'm thankful and will cherish the experience forever.
"Thanks to everyone both in and outside the studio that have supported me over the years."
That said, Fabiano isn't leaving the industry entirely. Fabiano has now "taken up a position at Bungie working with some great people and continuing [their] journey" as production department manager, seemingly on Destiny given the farewell tweet ends on "eyes up Guardian" (thanks, The Gamer).
"For all [its] flaws, Resident Evil Village was a thrilling adventure that kept me hooked from beginning to end, despite its jarring twists and turns," I said in Eurogamer's Resident Evil Village review. "But the delightful level design isn't enough to mitigate a strange, unsatisfying, plothole-ridden story, and that bizarre final act ultimately sullies what is an otherwise terrifyingly good horror romp."