Yet another WildStar staffer has left the team. Lead Writer Cory J. Herndon announced today, following the exit of Mike Donatelli and Chris Behrens, that he too would be leaving the company.

The news came via his Twitter account, where he discussed his post-Carbine plans.

What impact these departures will have on the game remains to be seen. In the meantime, Carbine is carrying on with its plans for the upcoming launch on Steam.

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  1. Todoran on May 18, 2016

    that combat….. yeah was about time for this kind of crap to fail….

  2. Deathloche on May 17, 2016

    Is Wildstar finished or is Wildstar done?

  3. Gammaflux on May 17, 2016

    I hope Wildstar won’t die. It is one of the best f2p MMO games i ever played. I don’t understand why really ugly games survive long years (see in example Entropia Universe) and good ones like Wildstar have short life.

    • bl00rg on May 17, 2016

      what’s good about wildstar? engine is horrible, management was horrible all the way through its existence, no vision for the game, boring quests with no voice over, nothing to stand out, other than the bad unoptimized engine.

  4. Firelordzx5 on May 16, 2016

    The game is dying

    • Florus on May 17, 2016

      I hope not the game, I hope Carbine is dying. I hope NCSoft moves Wildstar to a new studio.

  5. Cr4zylaxr on May 16, 2016

    and so it begins…..