PlayStation Production Manager Connie Booth has reportedly left PlayStation after 34 years.
David Jaffe took it upon himself, citing four anonymous sources Youtube Claims that Connie Booth has left PlayStation after 34 years.
“I can tell you this, he’s not with Sony anymore, right? I don’t have a lot of details and I don’t know if he was fired or laid off when I heard the story that everyone told me.” “He was fired,” Jaffe said.
He said Cooney’s team had also pulled out and that Angie Smits, who has worked at Guerrilla for 20 years, would take over the role of Booth. Although Jaffe continued to say that these were only hearsay and not fully verified, he confirmed Booth’s departure from Sony, saying, “The Connie thing is mostly true because I heard it from four people, two inside.” And two out.” Sonny.
According to her LinkedIn profile, Angie Smets assumed the role of vice president and head of development strategy seven months ago after her role at Guerrilla.
If the rumor is true, Booth’s departure marks the end of a 34-year tenure at Sony, which began in 1989 and included a senior role as executive producer in 1995. Since 1998, Booth has held four product development roles at Sony, including director, senior director, vice president and senior vice president of internal production.
At the time of writing, Insider Gaming has been unable to verify the rumors, but has reached out to its sources and Sony to verify them.
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