In his latest role he’ll “introduce a new vision” for the Warner Bros. subsidiary, which is best know for its Lego games, GamesIndustry.biz reports.
“We are thrilled to welcome Michael to the team as we look towards an exciting future for TT Games and implement a new strategy for the studio,” said Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment president David Haddad.
“Michael’s extensive experience in game development and studio leadership, along with his games industry acumen, make him a perfect fit for this important role.”
Denny was also responsible for overseeing external developers working on exclusive third-party titles while at PlayStation, which has seen a major management reshuffle in recent months in preparation for PS5’s late 2020 launch.
Former Worldwide Studios chairman Shawn Layden left PlayStation in October.
And the platform holder announced in November that Guerrilla Games co-founder Hermen Hulst had taken charge of PlayStation‘s 14 internal studios, while the role’s previous incumbent, Shuhei Yoshida, is now leading an initiative nurturing external indie developers.