Report: Juan Benito leaves Atomic Games

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 6 August 2009 17:34 GMT

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Juan Benito, creative director at Atomic Games, has reportedly left the company responsible for Six Days in Fallujah.

According to sources speaking with GI.biz, Benito’s profile is still present on the company website, and regarding his departure, Atomic has yet to confirm or deny the reports.

“Atomic Games has no comment at this time,” read a brief statement.

GI has attempted to contact Benito directly, but so far the site has failed to reach him.

Benito co-founded Red Storm Entertainment and previously worked on the Tom Clancy Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon franchises.

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