Sony Japan Studio, the director of Demon's Souls for PS5 also greets and leaves

Sony Japan Studio, the director of Demon's Souls for PS5 also greets and leaves

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Sony Japan Studio has lost one last, important piece: Gavin Moore, the director of the excellent remake of Demon's Souls for PS5, who greeted everyone without hiding a bit of bitterness.

Greeted with extraordinary marks, Demon's Souls for PS5 will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the best productions ever for the Japanese team owned by Sony, which however the company has decided to dismantle.

"After 24 years with Sony, 18 of which in Japan, yesterday was my last day of work at Japan Studio, "Moore wrote on Twitter, linking to what is probably the most famous sequence of Blade Runner.

" I will miss the great creative spirit and the camaraderie of this team, which has been an important piece of my life. It's time to look for new, exciting opportunities! "

A few days ago Moore wrote another post rather representative of the atmosphere within Sony Japan Studio, bringing back a famos or meme. Despite the great difficulties, the team has produced a masterpiece like Demon's Souls, after all.

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Oh Dear, The Sony Japan Studio Exodus Continues

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Last month, Kotaku reported that yet another producer departed from the Japan Studio. And this month, we’re reporting that the exodus continues.

Yesterday, Shunsuke Saito tweeted, “I’m leaving SIE Japan Studio today.” Saito was the character designer and animator for Gravity Rush 1 and 2. He was also the art director for the sequel. His departure is a big artistic loss for the studio.

Kentaro Motomura also announced yesterday that he was leaving the Japan Studio, where the veteran developer was a senior producer with credits on an array of titles including New Minna no Golf, Bloodborne, Soul Sacrifice, Wild Arms, and Déraciné, among many others.

Update 7:45AM: Yasutaka Asakura, an executive producer at Japan Studio, just announced he is leaving, and Gavin Moore, who has been at Sony for 24 years, has also revealed this is his last day at the studio.

As Kotaku previously reported, a number of high-profile creators have left Japan Studio. In an official statement, Sony wrote that it was reorganizing the studio in order to “further strengthen business operations.”

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