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World of Warcraft director Tom Chilton steps down to lead a new Blizzard project

It’s the end of the Chilton era for World of Warcraft. After a decade of overseeing one of the biggest games ever made, World of Warcraft director Tom Chilton is leaving. The designer announced in a blog today that he is stepping down from the lead role on Blizzard’s massively multiplayer online role-playing game now […]
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