Paul Meegan has left his position as president at LucasArts.
He was in charge for two years, but, following the departure of Far Cry 2 and Splinter Cell designer Clint Hocking to Valve, Meegan has now decided to leave. Although he gave no hints as to where he would be going next, he said in a statement that he's proud of what the development team has achieved with projects such as Star Wars 1313.
"LucasArts has come a long way and I’m extremely proud of what the teams have accomplished. We had a great E3 with Star Wars 1313, and have other exciting projects in the works. It’s been a privilege to be a part of Lucasfilm. I wish the company all the best."
LucasArts will "remain committed" to current projects and they'll be "re-evaluating" the company's "leadership needs” to keep the studio focused.
Third-person action-adventure game Star Wars 1313 is currently the only known project LucasArts is working on.