Killzone dev hires Fallout writer

John Gonzalez now working at Guerrilla Games in Amsterdam.

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Killzone developer Guerrilla Games has hired John Gonzalez, best known for his work on 2010 role-playing game Fallout: New Vegas, for which he served as the lead writer.

Gonzalez will work out of Guerrilla Games' offices in Amsterdam as the company's lead writer. Guerrilla Games recently shipped PlayStation 4 game Killzone: Shadow Fall and is currently working on an all-new franchise described as "completely different" than the Killzone series.

Gonzalez's updated LinkedIn page (spotted by GamesIndustry International) confirms the move. He most recently worked at WB Games for 2.5 years on an unannounced project.

Before that, he worked at Obsidian Entertainment on the aforementioned Fallout: New Vegas and prior to that, was lead narrative designer for Tom Clancy's EndWar at Ubisoft.

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