That’s according to her LinkedIn profile, which states that she left the Halo developer this month.
Wolfkill had been working at 343 since 2008, initially joining as an executive producer on Halo 4 before spending eight years in her most recent role, where she recently oversaw the launch of the Halo TV show.
Wolfkill is still employed at 343’s parent company Microsoft, with her LinkedIn profile stating that she’s been working as head of Xbox IP expansion and entertainment for the past three months.
It’s unclear exactly what Wolfkill’s new role entails and whether she’s still working closely with 343, but VGC has contacted Microsoft for clarification.
Earlier this month, the US technology giant confirmed plans to lay off approximately 4.5% of its 220,000-person workforce (around 10,000 people).
As part of the shake-up, Halo veteran Joseph Staten is also reportedly leaving 343 to rejoin Xbox Game Studios Publishing.
“Obviously, the foundation of that is the work that Naughty Dog did in building the franchise. And I also think that — and he probably won’t like it that I call him out on this — but the fact that [studio co-president] Neil [Druckmann] himself has played a role obviously in the creation of the game and the franchise, but see him applying his creative talents in the TV space…I think is really great. It’s great for him, it’s great for the team.”
Spencer added: “The fact that you take one of the greatest creators from our industry and you can have success in creating in another medium, I just think it shows that in the games industry, you have some amazing storytellers, amazing creators across all third-party, first-party. I think it’s just a great moment to see the success that they’re having with the franchise, and congrats to all of them.”