Half-Life, Portal, Left 4 Dead Writer Leaves Valve
Erik Wolpaw is moving on.
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Valve veteran Erik Wolpaw has left the company. Following initial reports, Gamasutra confirmed that Wolpaw, whose writing credits include Half-Life 2: Episode One and Episode Two, as well as Portal and the two Left 4 Dead games, has exited the developer.
@Wolpaw left Valve so I can now insult him freely without damaging the company's reputation. He's a comic genius and a true original.— Marc Laidlaw (@marc_laidlaw) February 17, 2017
Wolpaw had worked at Valve since 2004. News of his departure originated today from another former Valve employee, Mark Laidlaw, who left Valve last year.
In other news about Valve, founder Gabe Newell recently spoke with Gamasutra about the company's unusual--and highly successful--business structure.
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