Peter Fabiano, founder of Global Production at Capcom, Japan, and producer of the latest Resident Evil games, has left Capcom to work at Bungie. He spent 13 years at Capcom, mostly as a producer on Resident Evil 7, the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and 3 and Village, while also playing the role of Peter Walken in Resi 7. (He was one of the paranormal investigators, brutally murdered by Mia Winters.)
Fabiano announced his departure on Twitter. "It's hard to write the best I can, so I've decided to simplify it: thank you to everyone at Capcom for allowing me to grow with you for the last 13 years. I'm grateful and will appreciate the experience forever."
"Thank you to everyone, both inside and outside the studio, who has supported me over the years. I've taken a new position at Bungie working with some great people and continuing my journey." Eyes up guardian. "
This last suggestion obviously suggests that Fabiano will be working on Destiny 2, in his new role as director of Bungie’s production department.
After a bit of a fall, Resi returned to play with Resident Evil 7, a game that gave new life (in a way) to the zombie horror series. He just got a sequel to Resident Evil Village, a game that stands out for its vampire and skyscrapers horrible violence.