PC MMO Age of Conan: The Hyborian Adventures publisher and developer Funcom announced today that the title's game director and producer has resigned from his position.
Gaute Godager, who was also one of the founders of Funcom, departed from the company saying that he is "dissatisfied" with some of the elements in the MMORPG released in May 2008. "I have decided to act on this [dissatisfaction], and as a result I have chosen to leave Funcom," said Godager.
Taking Godager's former helm is Craig Morrison, who previously worked on Funcom's other MMO, Anarchy Online. "It is time to get new, fresh eyes on Age of Conan, and I wholeheartedly support the appointment of Craig," said Godager. Morrison said that his main focus would be to "act on player concerns, while ensuring we add additional great content to [Age of Conan]".