Former Ubisoft and LucasArts creative director breaks silence on new job
Clint Hocking has taken a job at Valve, according to a twitter update.
He recently announced his departure from LucasArts, and said he had found work elsewhere, but did not say where.
Today Hocking broke his silence and teased his new job at the studio behind Half-life and Portal in a Twitter post showing his son playing on the company namesake in the lobby of the Valve offices.
The former Ubisoft employee worked on the original Splinter Cell, and served as creative director for the sequel Chaos Theory and Far Cry 2.
Hocking joined Lucas Arts in 2010.