Mary DeMarle, writer for such games as Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, Deus Ex: Human Revolution or Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, has joined BioWare. For now, it is not known what projects she will work on. The studio is currently developing, among others. Dragon Age: Dreadwolf and the fifth part of Mass Effect.
In particular, the writer's involvement in the second of these projects would be interesting, as Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy has been praised as a game perfectly tailored to the tastes of fans of the series.
It is worth noting that DeMarle left Eidos Montreal after it was acquired by the Embracer group. The new owner has already announced that it intends to further develop the Deus Ex brand.
Mary DeMarle's career
Mary DeMarle is an industry veteran with nearly a quarter century of experience in game script writing.
- She began her career in 1998, joining Presto, where she prepared the script for Myst III: Exile.
- Later, as a freelancer, she wrote the scripts of Homeworld 2 and Myst IV: Revelation.
- In 2007, she joined Eidos Montreal, where she created the storylines of all the modern installments of Deus Ex, starting with Deus Ex: Human Revolution, through Deus Ex: The Fall and Deus Ex GO, up to Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.
- Her last project at Eidos Montreal was Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy.
- With the beginning of July, she took a job at BioWare.
- Guardians of the Galaxy - game guide
- Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Review – lesser sibling of Human Revolution
- Deus Ex: Dissolution of Humanity - game guide