Pete Hines, the top of publishing at Bethesda, is retiring after 24 years on the gaming firm. In a publish on X (previously Twitter), Hines introduced that his time at Bethesda “has come to an finish.” Hines first joined Bethesda in 1999 because the senior vp of worldwide advertising and communications, turning into a widely known determine on the firm and the face of Fallout. Final 12 months, Hines grew to become Bethesda’s head of publishing.
“That is actually not goodbye by any means,” Hines says. “My love of Bethesda and its individuals has by no means wavered, and I’ll by no means cease being a part of this unimaginable group we now have grown.”
Bethesda additionally commented on Hines’ departure on X. “Pete’s public presence was solely a small a part of his function at Bethesda, though the best way he represented us carried over into the values he nurtured right here: authenticity, integrity and keenness,” Bethesda writes. “His contributions have been integral in constructing Bethesda and its household of studios into the world-class group that it’s as we speak.”
Hines notes that his choice to retire didn’t come “simply or rapidly,” including that he “feels just like the time is true” following the launch of Starfield.