Battlefield Bad Company creator David Goldfarb leaves DICE Studios
David Goldfarb, the man who is behind the designing of games such as Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and Battlefield 3, has finally left Electronic Arts or EA’s DICE studios. Over the last five years, he has worked mostly on Battlefield games. According to his tweet, he has had a great run, designing 4 games over the last 5 years and that he is grateful to work with some awesome people on some great games.
Goldfarb talked about his exiting plans with Joystiq. He said that he is finally ready to move on to some new things and get involved into something different. However, he is not completely keen on sharing his future plans.
David Goldfarb is however not the first among the high profile DICE developers to quit the company over the last few years. Prior to this was Gordon Van Dyke, who left DICE back in the year 2010. He is currently working with Paradox Interactive and is involved in the development of a Battlefield-like third person action game from the developer FatShark of War of the Roses fame. Patrick Bach, who was also a part of Battlefield’s development leadership, is currently heading as company CEO, and Karl Magnus Troedsson is on a paternity leave.