LucasArts President Paul Meegan has stepped down from the company, becoming the third president to step down from the company in just over four years.
Meegan is the latest president to cut ties with the publisher. Meegan himself was originally Epic Games China CEO before he joined LucasArts back in 2010, taking over from previous president Darrell Rodriguez. Before Rodriguez, Jim Ward had been president for four years, before resigning in 2008.
Meegan was notably overseeing the recently announced Star Wars 1313 before he left the company earlier this month, alongside the now previous LucasArts creative director Clint Hocking, who resigned in June.
LucasArts has not named a replacement for Meegan. Whether the resignations are related to the newest Star Wars project is unknown, but hopefully the recently announced game isn't affected.
By Nathan Misa