Yuki Hoshino, who was involved in the development and promotion of the "Resident Evil" series and other games at Capcom, has left the company where he had worked for about eight years, according to a statement from the company.
He worked on the images of many of Capcom's representative works.
Mr. Hoshino joined Capcom as an assistant producer in charge of promotion.
He has since worked as a designer on the "Resident Evil" series, including "Resident Evil 7", "Resident Evil RE:2", "Devil May Cry 5" He is known for his involvement in the visual field, including promotional videos (trailers) and in-game movies for many titles, such as "Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen", "Dead Rising 4", and many others.
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Surprisingly, his name can also be found in the credits of " Don't be Afraid -Biohazard® × L'Arc-en-Ciel on PlayStation®VR- ".
The author's own guess is that this must have been a dream come true for Mr. Hoshino.
Mr. Hoshino worked for a major entertainment agency and then entered the game industry, so he often worked externally. Therefore, although he worked behind the scenes, he had a wide range of contacts, and his sudden resignation report came as a surprise to many.
After his retirement, he will continue to work for a consumer game development company.
Many former Capcom employees are still active in the game industry, and we wish him the best of luck in his new position.