Hennig took the stage at the Gamelab Conference in Barcelona for a Q&A, where she confirmed to Eurogamer critic and reporter Rob Purchese that she had "not worked at EA since January, technically, legally". She's starting her own independent studio and is testing out virtual reality projects, but she doesn't think the Star Wars game will be in there anytime soon. "I get along with all those people, I consider even the guys on the exec team friends". When Visceral shut down, EA transferred the project to EA Vancouver. Knowing what we do about EA, we can safely assume that this broader experience will be something jam-packed to the hilt with micro-transactions, loot boxes, crowbarred-in multiplayer and all manner of useless cosmetic tat.
Are you still interested in "Ragtag", or is Hennig's departure from EA worrying for the game's development? Hennig states that the project she conceived with her team at Visceral is "on the shelf now", hinting that it needed more than a simple makeover from EA Vancouver. An EA spokesperson said that the publisher was still in discussions with Hennig "about her next move". She added, "I would love to have a little company of about six to eight people, 15 at most, and do some more projects, some VR stuff".
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Hopefully now Hennig is far, far away from the high pressures of the publishing giant, she can continue to create great new video game franchises.
The good news is that she is now about to launch an independent studio, saying 'I'm working independently and staying independent.
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So, what's next? Well, apparently Titanfall developers Respawn are working on a single player game called Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. "But I'm doing all this stuff, working on all kinds of things".
For now though she's trying to set up her own independent studio and consulting on unnamed VR projects. Amy is an wonderful storyteller-a crafter and a creator.
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Creative director Amy Hennig has left EA and the Star Wars game that she was working on has now been shelved. "We wish Amy all the best with what comes next, and we will all be watching with excitement".