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Former Halo Infinite Art Director joins Team Kaiju to work on 'an entirely new IP'



What you need to know

  • Halo Infinite’s former Art Director Nicolas “Sparth” Bouvier has joined the development studio Team Kaiju.
  • Team Kaiju is currently working on an unannounced live service shooter game. The studio is led by Scott Warner and Rositza Zagortcheva, both of which have significant experience in leadership positions for games like Halo and Battlefield.
  • According to an interview with Warner and Zagortcheva, Team Kaiju is aiming to make its shooter stand out from other games in the genre, with Warner stating that “gaming has yet to address all the player fantasies we could enjoy in an FPS game” while discussing the project.

A few weeks ago in July, Halo Infinite’s Art Director, Nicolas “Sparth” Bouvier, announced his departure from 343 Industries and Microsoft. At the time, it was unclear where Bouvier would go next, as the announcement didn’t tell fans much other than that he had “decided to pursue other opportunities.” However, thanks to a new post from Bouvier on Twitter, we now know that he has officially joined the developer Team Kaiju as its Senior Art Director. 

“I am very excited to announce that I have joined Team Kaiju and TiMi G1 Studio to participate in their new AAA adventures as Senior Art Director,” wrote Bouvier. “Delighted to jump to a new team of great creative talents to create an entirely new IP for players around the world.”

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