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Bungie's Hamrick jumps to Bethesda

Destiny and Halo dev departs after five years

After five and a half years at Bungie senior gameplay designer Josh Hamrick has departed, and he's headed for Bethesda.

The former Destiny and Halo: Reach developer announced the news, as is traditional, on Twitter.

Hamrick joined Bungie in August 2009. Prior to that he was game designer and engineer at Midway Studios in Austin where we worked on BlackSite: Area 51 and game systems.

Bethesda is currently hinting at a big reveal at this year's E3 in June, with the studio planning its first press conference at the show on June 14.

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