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Kevin Bruner takes over as CEO of Telltale Games

Kevin Bruner, who was formerly Telltale Games co-founder, president, and CTO, has now succeeded Dan Connors as the CEO of the company; Connors has been reinstated as the executive advisor of the company.

Telltale games, a game development studio famous for developing interactive choice-and-consequence games like The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, Tales from the Borderlands and the recently released Game of Thrones is looking forward to expanding even more under the leadership of its new CEO. Bruner voiced his ambitions regarding the future of the studio stating that:

We’re thrilled to continue our growth and bring our unique style of scripted entertainment to the next generation of digital media, and do that across thousands of different devices.
Our top priority is to continue fostering an environment where the most talented and creative storytellers in the industry are working side by side with the world's biggest creative partners. We’re already working on some of the biggest franchises in entertainment, and when you add our unannounced partnerships and upcoming original IP, it’s clear the most exciting time to be at Telltale is now, and there will continue to be more and more opportunity to innovate ahead of us.

While the plans for continuation of the other series in the developer's catalog have already been confirmed by the company before, Bruner says that the developer is currently working with unannounced partners on new projects, as well as developing its own original IP. Telltale Games has already announced their partnership with Mojang in an effort to develop a story-based version of Minecraft titled Minecraft: Story Mode.

Source: Develop |Image via Venturebeat

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