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The ever-resourceful Internet sleuth Superannuation has revealed to Kotaku that several senior staff from the now defunct Impossible Studios have been picked up by BioWare Montreal, the studio behind the recent Mass Effect and Dragon Age series. Two of the newly hired recruits include Colin Campbell, who was lead world designer on Big Huge Games' Kingdoms of Amalur, and Ian Frazier who was lead designer on Kingdom of Amalur as well.

Both Campbell and Frazier have been placed as lead level designer and lead gameplay designer respectfully, with Superannuation revealing that the pair may have been given a job on the rumoured Mass Effect 4 title, or possibly something else in BioWare's stash of titles.



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