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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:22pm 19/07/19 | 0 Comments
With Tim Willits being a part of id Software since 1995, where he began as a level designer for Master Levels for Doom II, Strife, and of course - Quake. In recent years he has served as the studio director of id, which has found renewed success and reverence thanks to titles like DOOM (2016).

The announcement was made via Twitter, with Tim noting that he'll be leaving the studio after QuakeCon.

He also added, "All of the games currently in development are in very good hands, my departure will not affect any planned releases. id Software is packed full of amazing talent that will continue to develop (long into the future) some of the best shooters in the world." In terms of future plans for Tim Willits he concludes that he'll be talking about that post-QuakeCon at the end of the month.

id Software still has arguably one of the most anticipated holiday releases with DOOM Eternal, which is shaping up to be something quite special.

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