Obsidian loses one of its members, composer Justin E. Bell who leaves the studio after 11 years of work. Bell worked both as a sound designer on Fallout: New Vegas and as a composer for The Outer Worlds .
Through Twitter he stated: ” I have a big announcement: Today is my last day with Obsidian. Thanks for these 11 years. He will always be grateful for everything! So what projects do I have in the pipeline? Stay tuned friends, I can’t wait to tell you more “. So we currently don’t know what his career has in store, but whatever it is, many have celebrated his time with Obsidian.
Jonathan Silver who voiced Felix in The Outer Worlds said: ” Have a nice trip to you, Justin! It has been a pleasure to work together, I can’t wait to see (or hear) what you do next .” Communications Director Mikey Downling also spent a few words to say hello to Bell: ” It was an absurd trip, brother! Can’t wait to hear about your next projects .”
Bell became a composer in 2010 with Fallout: New Vegas, before working on Pillars of Eterniy. Among other things he composed the soundtracks for Tyranny, Pathfinder Adventures, Pillars of Eternity 2 and Grounded