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Clint Hocking joins Valve

Clint Hocking joins Valve

Thu 12 Jul 2012 7:02am GMT / 3:02am EDT / 12:02am PDT
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Former LucasArts and Ubisoft creative director joins revered developer in unspecified role

Clint Hocking, former creative director at both Ubisoft and LucasArts, has joined Valve Software in an unspecified role.

Yesterday, Hocking tweeted a picture of his son climbing the industrial sculpture in Valve's Seattle headquarters. He tagged the picture, "Arrival. (and Son)."

Hocking recently left his post as creative director at LucasArts after less than two years, and without shipping a game.

Previously, he worked as creative director at Ubisoft Montreal, where he won critical acclaim and commercial success with his work on Far Cry 2 and the Splinter Cell series.

4 Comments

Tim Carter
Designer - Writer - Producer

535 221 0.4
He won't be a "creative director" anymore.

He'll be just a name in an alphabetical list in the end credits.

If any of his games win best design the award will go to "Gabe Newell and the Valve Team".

Edited 1 times. Last edit by Tim Carter on 12th July 2012 7:16pm

Posted:A year ago

#1

Abraham Tatester
Producer

70 47 0.7
@Tim: And your point is...?

I'm guessing that Hocking is smart enough to know this...and evidently he doesn't care.

Posted:A year ago

#2

Neil Alphonso
Lead Designer

50 17 0.3
Nothing wrong with wanting to make games again. Best of luck, Clint.

Posted:A year ago

#3

Matt Armstrong
Design Director

10 23 2.3
Because nobody's ever heard of Kim Swift, right?

Posted:A year ago

#4

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