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World Of Warcraft's Game Director Is Leaving, But He Already Has A New Project

Blizzard's game director for World of Warcraft, Tom Chilton, has made the tough decision of stepping away from leading the development of the popular MMORPG. While the news might be sad for some gamers, Chilton already has another project lined up.
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