Crysis 3 development manager Katharina Hautz joins Rovio Stockholm

By Matt Martin, Tuesday, 7 January 2014 10:33 GMT

Rovio Stockholm has hired former Crytek senior development manager Katharina Hautz to work on its top secret new title.

Hautz spent over five years at Cytek where she worked on the single player campaigns for Crysis 2 and 3 as well as multiplayer .

Rovio Stockholm’s Oskar Burman revealed the new hire this morning via Twitter. Burman was general manager of EA’s free-to-play Easy Studio before leaving to set up a new outfit for Rovio. He also works with ex-DICE developer Patrick Liu.

Rovio Stockholm’s first project is currently under wraps but will be shown at some point this year.

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Katharina Hautz


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